[Monkey taming] E–pub Ë Judith Fathallah
Judith Fathallah ↠ 5 SummaryI initially ead this book ten *years ago when I found it at my local library and I was in the grips *ago when I found it at my local library and I was in the grips an eating disorder It gave me so much comfort to know I wasn t alone and to start to feel like maybe ecovery
"WAS A POSSIBILITY I LOVED THE BOOK A LOT "a possibility I loved the book a lot could elate to many of the characters who were struggling in the bookI decided to Little Shop of Horrors: 8 Selections from the Musical: Easy Piano reread it againecently now that I ve been fully ecovered for a number of years I fell in love with it again Yes it brought up so many somewhat painful memories but it also brought me so much elief to Jeden výdych koňa remember that I got out The onlyeasons I ve given it 4 stars instead of 5 is because I know my past self would have taken all the weights heights and calories in the book and then compared them to myself So although I don t Eleanor, Quiet No More remember being triggered when Iead it many years ago I do know it can be a huge trigger for those living with eating disorders to see numbers and then feel not sick enough And I believe like the writer could have still had the same impact with her novel without including the numbers My second eason for giving it 4 stars is that her ecovery suddenly happened it became What It Takes: Fighting for My Life and My Love of the Game rushed in the final few pages and she was suddenly better I think I would have liked detail into herecovery as things started to improve Apart from that I had also forgotten the author had a lived experience of anorexia so Luftwaffe Fighters 1945 (Topcolors) reading that at the end made me cry a bit Only because I was so happy she managed toecover You can tell that its own voices Feels eal and is well writtenit might tell that its own voices Feels eal and is well writtenit might pretty triggering for some people at points if you don t like seeing exact numbers I mean weigh BMI In general this book was great I was Pumpkinflowers recommended it by a friend and it was a greatead and Wonderful Memories of It's a Wonderful Life really shone a light on theealities of mental illness The idea of Jess anorexia being You've eaten too much you fat pigWhen Jessica was thirteen years old she met the MonkeyThe Monkey lived inside her a driving fiery voice telling her that thinness was the only way The only way to be safe to be good to be acceptable and ab. .
Escribed as a monkey is a very good way of putting it I *would have ated it five stars but at times I found the book *have ated it five stars but at times I found the book be a bit ushed The
character would from multiple "pages of description about her mental illness to "of description about her mental illness to crucial plot point being described in around a page However this book is a great ead and I would highly The Amethyst Road recommend the depressingeality of anorexia nervosa I liked how it wasn t an overnight The King's Cardinal: The Rise and Fall of Thomas Wolsey recovery that Jess had toeach The Lupus Encyclopedia: A Comprehensive Guide for Patients and Families rock bottom before she could start getting better that part was veryeal and stayed true to When I Grow Up, I'm Going to Play for the Nebraska Cornhuskers real disorders the unit sounds horrible btw Iead this book several years ago and found it to be a good Sextus: Ou, Le Romain Des Maremmes: Suivi D'Essais Detaches Sur L'Italie: Par M. Me Hortense Allart de Therase read Unfortunately the author failed to justify Jessica s line of thought and actions which leaves theeader frustrated at the character Other than that I like how we get to see how the anorexic mind sees things Not just the clinical point of view leaves you with a better understanding of anorexia nervosa35 stars I disliked how she called anorexia a monkey Just sounded a bit cringey and odd in general Can t Die Zarin really decide if I actually liked this book or not In a way it was a goodepresentation for people who never went through itControl and lack of control at the same time negative thoughts Meaning in History: The Theological Implications of the Philosophy of History running through your mind constantly ongoing obsession with numbersIt shows that even if someoneecovers physically it doesn t mean they are OK mentally There s always a chance of Will Gallows and the Snake-Bellied Troll relapse The book was OK just far from being my favourite I first heard of Monkey Taming through aecommendation from my friend and from the moment I started Nosferatu reading I was automatically hooked This book is mildly graphic nothing major or traumatizing since the author iseferring to anorexia so it s appropriate for teenagers I enjoyed this book a lot It was very moving at some point. Ove all to escape from the cold looming threat of approaching adulthood Jessica listened to the Monkey and it consumed herThis is the illuminating story of a teenage girl's wanderings in darkness the spiral down into madness the terrible. Nefertiti: Egypt's Sun Queen really isemarkable how the author managed to fully ecover from such a disease and it s very creative of her to etell her story through the protagonist Jessica I ecommend it s very creative of her to etell her story through the protagonist Jessica I Wolfgang recommend book to anyone who lives for tales of the powerful and meaningful catagory especially to those that have had experiences with eating disorders Anor I m still not sure if I liked this book It carries a lot of emotional weight at least it did to me I am definitely not like the main character but I do like her have a hardelationship with food I don t have any kind of problem like this girl does but I do feel like throwing up after I eat something bad for me I get uite sensitive when it comes to food so I don t eally know what to say about this storymain character would
"Trigger Warnings Eating Disorders Self Harm Suicidal Thoughts Depression I "Warnings Eating disorders self harm suicidal thoughts depression I going to hide this eview for the minor spoilers and just in case someone may find it potentially triggeringview spoilerAnnorexia Nervosa has the highest *mortality ate of any other mental illness it has been found that without treatment twenty percent of people who suffer from *rate of any other mental illness it has been found that without treatment twenty percent of people who suffer from disorders die People with anorexia feel a compulsive need to lose weight and have a crippling fear of gaining weight It effects every aspect of their life and there are many factors in eating disorders that effect each person that suffers differently and i feel that Judith Fathallah perfectly shows the struggles and severity of this illness in Monkey Taming You ve eaten too much you fat pig Jessica Hassan is a thirteen year old who like women of all ages makes the decision once again to lose weight She will cut out all pizza ice cream and those My absolute favourite eye opening and elatable all in the same breat. Realities of an adolescent psychiatric unit and the stark choice that she must either tame her monster or dieThrough memory eflection and enduring black humour Jessica makes a tenuous peace with the world and with her emerging adult self. ,