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True love is eternal...


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Conflict of interest is an understatement...


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Two men love her. Will her faith show the way to a bright future?


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Enemies...Lovers...An irresistible combination


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A Cherry Tucker Mystery


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Fantasies come true on this sultry Georgia island.


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Fourth in the Inside Out series




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Also by Jennifer Weiner:

All Fall Down, June 2014
Hardcover
The Next Best Thing, July 2012
e-Book
The Next Best Thing, July 2012
Hardcover
Then Came You, July 2011
Hardcover
Fly Away Home, July 2010
Hardcover
Best Friends Forever, July 2009
Hardcover
Certain Girls, April 2008
Hardcover
The Guy Not Taken, September 2006
Hardcover
Goodnight Nobody, September 2005
Hardcover
In Her Shoes, August 2005
Trade Size (reprint)
Little Earthquakes, June 2005
Trade Size (reprint)
A Very Hungry Girl, September 2003
Paperback
Good In Bed, April 2002
Trade Size (reprint)

A Very Hungry Girl
Jennifer Weiner

A memoir on an eating disorder

Hay House
September 2003
217 pages
ISBN: 1401902235
Paperback
$14.95
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Self-Help Health

We’re all hungry—hungry to look good, feel worthy, be loved, and fit in. Our hungers are deep and insatiable. We try to feel full by using food, alcohol, drugs, sex, relationships, careers, or money. No matter what we look like or where we came from, we all share the same intense need to fill up on life, but not many of us know how.

A Very Hungry Girl chronicles the journey of Jessica Weiner, who spent most of her life hungering to be someone else. She was so desperate to be accepted and valued that she spiraled into an eating disorder, experiencing the attendant lack of self-esteem that ruled—and almost ruined—her life.

This compelling book relates Jessica’s very personal story, and also captures her unique persona as she travels the country as a performer and motivational speaker listening to thousands of other people’s stories. It also presents valuable and concrete tools that you can use to fill up on life... and enjoy the full, meaningful existence you deserve!

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