EVENT ALERT! July, London, don’t miss out

EVENT ALERT! Could 2018 finally be the year you overcome your anxieties about food and eating? Where guilt about eating no longer exists?
What if there was a way of learning how to embrace and accept your whole self so that the number on the scale or the size of your waist no longer defined you?
What if you could get through a whole day without comparing yourself to anyone else and you just felt good about being you?
You Can
For some of us where our relationship with food has broken down, everyday life, health and social situations can be hard…
… I’ve joined forces with the incredible Renee McGregor and created a series of one day and weekend workshops where we will use our experience and knowledge to help you to develop a happy and healthy attitude towards eating and food, open to everyone and all ages.
Our first workshop will be held in Central London this July so come and join us for a day of nutrition, behaviour and anxiety management that will empower you to LIVE not just exist.
PLACES LIMITED! Email us now on hello@reneemcgregor.com if you’re interested in attending and want to find out more đź’–

The Bookseller: Virginia Woolf’s great-niece Emma to publish debut novel

The great-niece of Virginia Woolf is to publish her debut novel in July with Three Hares Publishing.

Presenter and broadcaster Emma Woolf’s debut novel, England’s Lane, explores timeless themes of love, loss, betrayal and new beginnings. Told from the point of view of three people – a man, his wife, and his mistress – the book looks at the cost of marital infidelity and the challenges of single motherhood, the legacy of suicide and the healing power of love.

Yasmin Standen of Three Hares acquired world rights to the book directly from the author.

Woolf said England’s Lane was the novel she had wanted to write for more than a decade, and hoped it wouldn’t leave her great-aunt “turning in her grave”.

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The A-Z of Eating Disorders

A to Z coverMy new book coming this September 2017 with Sheldon Press

Eating Disorders Awareness Week: The importance of early intervention

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,…