I watched my mother starve herself for years, food as a kind of inhaled medication. By Micah Stover
My son loves to eat at Grandma’s house, he gets real cream and real sugar. Unlike the dishes I cook, which are vegetarian or Paleo or Whole30. By Elizabeth Newdom
I tell my mom I’m eating everything I’m supposed to. But she sees through this immediately. By Allison Richards
She slid into anorexia at 16. She stopped smiling. She ignored her friends. She counted almonds.
By Amy Rumizen