‘Let’s give boys and young men one simple message: speaking up and seeking help is the bravest and sanest way to stop an eating disorder in its tracks.’ Today in The Times
My new book coming this September 2017 with Sheldon Press
It’s Eating Disorders Awareness Week (27 February-5 March 2017). To help raise awareness of these mental illnesses, forthcoming author Emma Woolf explores this year’s key theme, Early Intervention. One of the single most important aspects of the treatment of eating disorders is early intervention. It is clear that the sooner one intervenes to tackle disordered eating,…
thrilled and very touched by this endorsement from the actress Lily Collins for my first book ‘An Apple a Day’ in Red Magazine
Here’s an interview at the recent Food Matters Live event in London, which turned into a manifesto on how we can all live healthy/happy lifestyles!
speaking about Virginia Woolf in the beautiful city of Mumbai…
Nietzsche says that without chaos you cannot create a dancing star.
Right now all I can see is the chaos…
staring work on my new book (in a little corner of paradise)
on Sunday 16th July BBC1 discussing women and childlessness
After the Nice attack, Naga Munchetty discusses whether such events unite or divide us.
“No-one talks about the grief, almost bereavement, of being childless…” in The Times 12/7/16