Get the book (paperback and ebook)

Buy online from Amazon

Amazon sells the paperback and the Kindle version, in most countries.

Want both paperback and Kindle ebook? When you’ve bought the paperback, Amazon should offer you the Kindle version too for a reduced price.


Buy online from The Book Depository for free delivery world-wide

The Book Depository - free delivery world-wide

For the paperback only

If your country doesn’t have Amazon, this is a good solution


Place a request in your library

Even if you’re buying the book, do please place a request. Librarians like to stock relevant books, and your request helps make the book available to others.

Or buy the ebook directly from me

Book: anorexia and other eating disorders - for parents of child or teenager

Or get the epub ebook from your usual online store

ebook Anorexia inside

such as the iBooks store (for an epub direct to your iPad or iPhone)

Anorexia - parents book available on iBooks store

For your iPad or iPhone (iBook), Kobo, Nook, Android device (i.e. anything except Kindle) you can buy and download an epub from the Smashwords store.

epub of Anorexia book

 If it is difficult for you to afford

No problem

Anorexia and other eating disorders affect rich and poor and are not confined to wealthy countries. If even the ebook price is a problem, contact me and I will gladly give you access to an ebook (for free or for whatever you’re comfortable with). While I would like some income for the work I’ve put into this book, I would be gutted if money was an obstacle to me helping you.

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Buy the guided meditation audios for parents

Note: several of the links on this site are affiliate links, which means I get a commission of a couple of percent or so on purchases you make on a site (e.g. Amazon) directly after following my link.

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11 Replies to “Get the book (paperback and ebook)”

    1. I like the suggestion! I would need the time and confidence to read/record. Or split it out – one kind parent per chapter?!!! What would an audio book do for you compared to the written word?

    2. Please Help 7/10/2017

      Dear Eva,

      My 16 years old son diagnosed with
      Anorexi. We are desperate for help. I don’t want to lose my baby. We don’t know how can we help him. I would like to understand, what is going on in his head.

      Unfortunately we can’t forward to buy
      your book. We are straggling with money.
      I have read a lot of good things about your book. Please could you help us to get a copy of your book.

      Many Thanks

  1. Hello Eva
    I came across your web site whilst trying desperately to find something to help me help my 14 year old daughter who has anorexia. We are getting g nowhere with our attempts to try to get her to eat and, despite having g the support of CAMHS, dietician, psychiatrist and our GP her weight is dropping dramatically every week. We are now at the stage where she is faced with hospital admission but even this has no effect on her she tells me often that she wants to die and I am very scared about her actually harming herself. Weekly sessions with the psychologist always end with, you must eat more, which to her is pointless as she doesn’t want to put on weight, she likes how she looks. If I could access your book via the internet it would be so helpful to me when I am actually in the situations with her, the tips I have read seem to have been written specifically for me situation, something I know many parents struggling with this illness find. I am sorry to ask you for this and in normal circumstances I would buy your book however I have a very unsupportive spouse whose idea of helping our child is to shout at her and I feel that the privacy of me being able to read on line rather than have a book in my hand for him to criticise would help me.
    Kind regards
    Desperate mum

    1. Dear Desperate mum, I’ve just emailed you. I do hope that what you find in my book will help get you and your spouse moving forward. Sending hope and courage.

  2. My 14 year old daughter was diagnosed with anorexia 8months ago, apart from a dietician we have had no help at all. Just been told she must eat but not anything to help us on how. Am very interested in you book but unfortunately. As a single non working mum I can’t afford to purchase it

  3. You book is excellent , is helping us a lot. I don’t know how we would cope without reading your book. /thank you for writing it and sharing your experience with us , I feel like I am not alone and someone understands me even though I never met you I feel like I am connected to you and this is really helping me. I strongly recommend the book , and its cheaper on kindle edition .

    Many thanks ,


    1. Fantastic! I felt connected to my imagined readers while I was writing it, so I’m glad that it’s all helping you. I wish you lots of successes, and totally approve of you calling yourself a “good enough parent”!

  4. I was diagnosed with anorexia at 5 years old. I am 62years old and am still in the battle, on disability. Can’t afford to buy books

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