Monster Within, The by Cynthia Rowland McClure
Facing an Eating Disorder

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Cynthia Rowland McClure was an outwardly vivacious and successful television journalist, who inwardly had slipped into the depths of bulimia.

For twelve lonely and desperate years, as she battled her personal monster, suicide was often on her mind. It seemed the only way to escape the hopelessness she felt. Cynthia managed to hide her struggle until a friend finally steered her to a Dallas clinic. There she was able to confront the realities of her past and look to the future with optimism.

In The Monster Within, Cynthia openly shares her struggle to learn why she was engaging in destructive behavior and the courage and grace it took to get well. If you or someone you know struggles with an eating disorder, this true life story will provide answers, hope, and help.

About Cynthia Rowland McClure

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Cynthia Rowland McClure is an internationally recognized spokesperson for those who sufferer from eating disorders. She is also a popular speaker through her organization "Hope for the Hungry Heart" in Pomona, California.
Published June 1, 2002 by Revell. 210 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help, Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction

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