A gut wrenching (literally) memoir about a young food blogger's childhood and life long struggle with food addiction. Always the "chubby kid," Andie turned to food for comfort when her home life was falling apart around her. She hated her weight, but she loved food more. When she turned twenty she realized that she weighed nearly three hundred pounds, something had to change. She set about changing her eating habits, working out, meeting a therapist, and re-evaluating the way she looked at food. It wasn't easy and it wasn't fun. Andie realized that even attaining her desired weight goal didn't make her happy. She had to work on the inside as much as she had to work on the outside. Her memoir is touching and really hits home.
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