revmolev's review

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3.0

Honestly, I was expecting a lot more from this. She finally got to the part about how to heal from burnout about 75% of the way through the book (and that part was good!). The rest of it was essentially a whiney memoir of a very privileged woman.

swhite101516's review against another edition

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funny informative inspiring fast-paced

2.25

thepassivebookworm's review against another edition

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lighthearted reflective medium-paced

3.0


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cmcnulty's review against another edition

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2.0

Couldn’t make it past the first 1/4. If I wanted to spend hours perseverating on the past inside the brain of someone as intense and neurotic and I am, I wouldn’t read as much as I do…or go to therapy.

jillyhow's review against another edition

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The synopsis felt super misleading….this book was all about eating disorders and how the author wrote her first book about her eating disorders and then when she finally did start talking more about exhaustion at the end it was nothing revelatory at all. 

melannrosenthal's review against another edition

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hopeful informative reflective medium-paced

4.0

evenstr's review against another edition

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informative reflective fast-paced

4.0

gingerpuff's review against another edition

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hopeful medium-paced

1.5

This book is her first book redressed and less helpful. I was hoping for more focus on types of rest and burnout, instead of more dieting.

zookie_b's review against another edition

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Got bored. Thought this was going to be about diet culture influence on burnout but it was more of a memoir 

mmmgoode's review against another edition

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reflective fast-paced

3.75