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At the age of 24, Marya Hornbacher has spent more than half her life battling severe eating disorders. She joins Diane to talk about her memoir, “Wasted” (Harper Perennial). Along with eating disorders expert James Gray, she talks about how, after years of treatment and therapy, she is regaining a normal life.
- Marya Hornbacher Author of "Wasted"
- Jim Gray Professor of psychology at American University
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