Full of Myself: A Graphic Memoir About Body Image
 
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ISBN13:9781524867683
ISBN10:1524867683
Binding:Paperback
No. of pages:336 pages
Size:228x152x20 mm
Language:English
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Full of Myself

A Graphic Memoir About Body Image
 
Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing
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Number of Volumes: Trade Paperback
 
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Author and illustrator Siobhán Gallagher’s humorous and heartfelt graphic memoir details her journey from being anxious and unhappy to learning to love herself as she is.

Long description:
Author and illustrator Siobhán Gallagher’s humorous and heartfelt graphic memoir about her journey from being the anxious and unhappy “funny fat friend” to learning to love herself along with all her imperfections.

I’m proud of the person I’ve become because I fought to become her. At the age of 30, Siobhán Gallagher looks back on her teenage self: struggling with anxiety and eating disorders, desperate to become a beautiful, savvy, and slim adult. As an actual adult, she realises she hasn’t turned out the way she’d imagined, but through the hard work of self-reflection—cut with plenty of humour—Gallagher brings readers along on her journey to self-acceptance and self-love.

Through witty comics and striking illustrations, Full of Myself is a highly relatable story of the awkward, imperfect, and hilariously honest teenage best friend readers will wish they had had—and the awkward, imperfect, and hilariously honest woman she becomes.

"None of us can communicate with our younger selves, to tell them not to get ill-advised piercings, or date bad men, or hate themselves. But as soon as I find a time machine, I&&&39;m sending this compassionate, hilarious book to younger me. (Adult me is keeping another copy for herself.)" (Emma Allen, The New Yorker Cartoon Editor)