Emma Woolf

Emma Woolf is a popular radio and TV personality, author and journalist whose expertise, honesty and humour have touched readers at every age, weight and stage of their lives. A co-presenter on Channel 4’s Supersize vs Superskinny, Emma has also had a weekly column in The Times and appeared on BBC2’s Newsnight, Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour, Four Thought and as a regular arts critic on Saturday Review. Follow her on Twitter @EJWoolf.



b5100845609har citeretfor 2 år siden
hose natural ups and downs, female hormones, the premenstrual moods and tears seemed to disappear completely. So when I started crying I was fearful,
b5100845609har citeretfor 2 år siden
touch' with my emotions: love and hate, excitement, drama and disaster. As anorexia set in, all that dried up.
b5100845609har citeretfor 2 år siden
still experience human emotions – regret, envy, despair – but it's all pretty insular, sort of muted. Your body goes into emergency mode: focusing on essentials only, conserving energy, keeping you alive. Just as your periods stop because you can't nurture a baby – your body can't risk getting pregnant – so any excess emotions dry up. With so little fuel going in, there's simply nothing to spare.
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