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Mirror, Mirror Off the Wall: Book summary and reviews of Mirror, Mirror Off the Wall by Kjerstin Gruys
Mirror, Mirror Off the Wall Summary
When Kjerstin Gruys became engaged to the love of her life, she was thrilled - until it came time to shop for a wedding dress. Having overcome an eating disorder years before, Gruys found herself struggling to maintain a positive self-image as her pending nuptials imposed a new set of impossible beauty standards. She decided to embark on a bold plan for boosting her self-esteem while refocusing her attention on the beautiful world around her.
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"Starred Review. This book should be required reading for those women who struggle with body-image issues - and even those who don't." - Publishers Weekly
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Kjerstin Gruys has served as a market researcher and merchant in the fashion industry and is now a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Sociology at UCLA. Her research focuses on the relationship between gender inequality and beauty standards. She is also a longtime volunteer at About-Face, a San Francisco nonprofit that helps women resist media messages that harm self-esteem.
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