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Read my hips: how i learned to love my body, ditch dieting, and live large - Read My Hips: How I Learned to Love My Body, Ditch Dieting.


From the RMH mail bag: "I felt compelled to write to you and let you know how incredible and engaging I found your book, how I couldn’t put it down, and how I truly believe that the world would be a better place if people would open their minds and read what you’ve written…I’m passing your book on to my mom next…Again, thanks. This book is a real achievement." — K.

From the RMH mail bag: "I felt compelled to write to you and let you know how incredible and engaging I found your book, how I couldn’t put it down, and how I truly believe that the world would be a better place if people would open their minds and read what you’ve written…I’m passing your book on to my mom next…Again, thanks. This book is a real achievement." — K.

Write On! Online is pleased to feature author Deborah Reber for this week’s Author Q&A. Debbie has written a...

Dana Bate, author of The Girls’ Guide to Love & Supper Clubs, has written for numerous publications, including McSweeney’s...

Stephanie Dray signed two book deals for six books with major New York publishing houses (Berkley and Harlequin) within...

From the RMH mail bag: "I felt compelled to write to you and let you know how incredible and engaging I found your book, how I couldn’t put it down, and how I truly believe that the world would be a better place if people would open their minds and read what you’ve written…I’m passing your book on to my mom next…Again, thanks. This book is a real achievement." — K.

Write On! Online is pleased to feature author Deborah Reber for this week’s Author Q&A. Debbie has written a...

Dana Bate, author of The Girls’ Guide to Love & Supper Clubs, has written for numerous publications, including McSweeney’s...

Stephanie Dray signed two book deals for six books with major New York publishing houses (Berkley and Harlequin) within...

The boiler had broken at work, and it was cold in the office. Usually the cheery chatterbox of the team, I had snapped at my colleagues. As I bent my head over my work, I could almost see the looks being exchanged and knew one of them was probably typing an email to the rest of the team saying "What is up with HER today?" My boss took me into a meeting room and asked me what was wrong.

The tears began to flow, and I poured out a story of everything being " a bit too much ." She sent me home for a week.

It wasn't really that surprising that I had reached this point. On top of a demanding workload, my team at work had changed, I'd recently pulled out of a house purchase, and I had just come off birth control.




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