Book Reviews

Beat reviews non-fiction books that could be useful to people with eating disorders or supporting someone with an eating disorder, including autobiographies, self-help manuals, and cookery books. You can browse our reviews below.

If you have a book that you would like us to consider reviewing, please email info@beateatingdisorders.org.uk

When Anorexia Came To Visit

One thing I remember saying over and over again to my husband – and probably sti...

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Eating Problems in Children: Information for Parents

The Royal College of Psychiatrists published this guide to eating problems in ch...

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Can I Tell You About Eating Disorders?

Can I tell you about eating disorders? invites readers to explore and learn...

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Overcoming Binge Eating

If you have a problem controlling your eating, this book is for you. Christophe...

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Eating Disorders: A Parents’ Guide

Eating Disorders: A Parents’ Guide is a comprehensive, clear and reassuring...

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Breath in the Dark, a Childhood Lost

Breath in the Dark is a simply told, yet incredibly powerful, autobiographi...

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Overcoming Body Image Problems including Body Dysmorphic Disorde...

This book is part of the Overcoming series and provides the reader with comprehe...

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The Skeleton Cupboard

This book is an honest account of Professor Tanya Byron’s experiences of, and vi...

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Hope with Eating Disorders

Carers of eating disorder sufferers often feel desperate, lonely, isolated and c...

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Finding Your Voice through Creativity: The Art and Journaling Wo...

Written by two certified art psychotherapists who have specialised in supporting...

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End Emotional Eating

End Emotional Eating introduces the reader to some of the skills of Di...

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Reasons to Stay Alive

I have wanted to write a book about my experience, to tackle depression and anxi...

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