Nov 14, 2016
10am - 12pm
University of Dundee
Tina is talking to Business Management and Accountancy students about her book as well as reflecting on human rights and how her stay in the hospital can be looked at from that perspective.
Oct 25, 2016
Queen Margaret University 4th year multi-disciplinary students
Lovely talk with 4th year multi-disciplinary students at Queen Margaret University
3.00-3.30pm Anorexia – Teamworking, recovery and hope
Read the testimonial!
Oct 19, 2016
12:00 - 13:00
Dundee Literary Festival 2016
When Tina McGuff's mother brutally attacked her father, her life changed forever. As her family fell apart at the seams, the weight of caring for her siblings fell on her young shoulders. The one thing left in her life that she could control was food, and so began the biggest fight of her life. Tina's life-or-death struggle with anorexia is told with devastating honesty in her memoirSeconds to Snap, an extraordinary account of a girl at war with herself. Today Tina, from Dundee, is determined to share her story of recovery and hope, ‘an important, searingly honest book that will change lives' (Lorraine Kelly).