Food is personal. It touches on issues which are personal, even intimate - your likes and dislikes, comforts and cravings, family history, home life and social life. This is a book about problems related to food. Although eating problems are very real, they're actually the symptoms of a much deeper hunger, which is usually hidden - even from those who are desperate to be free. Maxine Vorster knows about struggles with eating and appetite. This book tells her story and how she overcame those struggles. Her desire is that this book will shed light on the subject of eating disorders and leave you with a sense of hope for the future.
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Hidden Hunger is essentially Maxine's story about her own struggle with an eating disorder. She talks about the possible causes of eating disorders, going back to childhood years. Although eating problems are very real, they're actually the symptoms of a much deeper hunger, which is usually hidden - even from those who are desperate to be free. This book looks at many of the root causes of eating disorders and offers help and hope to all those who suffer in this area and those who care for them.This is written from Maxine's heart and reflects her personal experience . . .