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Voices of Hope

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A compassionate guide to navigating eating disorders, for those experiencing them and their loved ones, from someone who has been there.

‘If you’d asked me at 10 what my plans were for the next few years, fighting an eating disorder would not have made the list.’

Gen’s early teenage years were the hardest of her life. Struggling with anorexia and poor mental health, she spent time in and out of hospitals and clinics, which also had a huge impact on her family.

But with treatment and support, Gen was able to turn her life around, changing her behaviours and attitude toward food and her body. As well as sharing the insights from Gen's own lived experience and challenging stereotypes around eating disorders. Bite Back includes:

  • Practical tips and activities from Gen and her team that helped with recovery
  • Answers to frequently asked questions about the cause and treatment of eating disorders
  • Advice on how you can support a loved one going through it.

‘I hope my story helps you feel seen, that it inspires you and is a reminder that there is a beautiful life waiting for you. Keep fighting.'

  • Published: 4 July 2023
  • ISBN: 9781776950447
  • Imprint: Penguin
  • Format: Trade Paperback
  • Pages: 304
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About the Author

Genevieve Mora

Genevieve Mora spent the majority of her teenage years battling OCD, anorexia and anxiety, but with help and support she overcame her issues and is now the proud co-founder, along with Jazz Thornton, and general manager of the organisation Voices of Hope, which aims to remove the stigma around mental illness, and to show that hope is real and recovery is possible. Genevieve is also co-creator of Love Your Kite (an eating disorder app resource), a mental health advocate and recently appointed as the adult lived experience voice in the External Eating Disorder Advisory Group in New Zealand, which was established to bring individual perspectives and expertise and to provide advice, support, critical thinking and challenge within the Eating Disorders space.