We are given memories of Hilda Dulin Lee’s abusive childhood, and these are intermixed with later years and the present. Not only a memoir, Hilda Dulin Lee explains what Binge Eating disorder is, giving insight and practical self-help techniques, such as the golden threads and TICKET.
Other than abuse and binge eating, In the Labyrinth of Binge Eating covers an awful lot of other subjects – perfectionism, health, starting over, family silence and body confidence.
There is a particular story in the book, which is lovely, about a cottage that was included in the land they purchased and then renovated. It has a great history, like all old buildings do.
On a personal level I identified with many passages in the book, which I found eye opening and learnt a lot from.