My daughter, my diet cop

Hingston, Sandy
August 2006
Self;Aug2006, Vol. 28 Issue 8, p110
The article recounts the lessons learned by the author in witnessing her daughter recovery from an eating disorder. The author's daughter taught her about the importance of eating regularly as well as ways in maintaining a desirable weight. Through her daughter, her food habit was changed completely. She then reflects on the importance of mothers to know about healthy diet in order to pass it onto their children.


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