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Eating disorders in the Jewish community

HER VOICE is so soft it barely registers. “Is this better?” she asks, adjusting the volume on the phone. Sarah (not her real name) is in her sixth year of recovery from a ravaging eating disorder. The 30-year-old has never spoken publicly about her illness. Hesitation, resistance and powerful candor mingle — not unusual for someone […]
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Andrea Jacobs

IJN Senior Writer | andrea@ijn.com