Calling all twins

I need your help, everyone, especially if you know a set of twins with anorexia nervosa. The insights of twins are needed in the upcoming textbook Opening the Door on Eating Disorders. From project editor June Alexander:


Twins who have suffered Anorexia Nervosa, or carers of twins who have suffered Anorexia Nervosa, are invited to share their experience in a new international textbook aimed at educating primary care health practitioners and carers. The book, co-authored by June Alexander and Professor Janet Treasure, will be published by Routledge (UK) in 2011. If you fit the above criteria, and are willing to share your story, please contact June who will arrange to collect your story via email, Skype or phone. Anonymity is assured unless specifically stated. Write to June Alexander at june@junealexander.com
For more details about June go to www.junealexander.com


If you have any questions, please feel free to contact myself (carrie@edbites.com) or June.

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Anonymous said...

I've never commented before, but I follow two other blogs pistachiosandrainbows.blogspot.com/ and nourishingmornings.blogspot.com/. They are twins who are currently dealing with anorexia. I don't know them personally, but maybe if you contact them through their blog they might be willing to help. Just a thought!
Emma

Carrie Arnold said...

Emma,

Thanks! I will pass this along!

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