With extraordinary courage and honesty, Dr. Eli Hankind KZ reveals her struggle with food cravings. As someone who has been dealing with diets since the age of five, Eli understands very well the difficulties and disappointments in this war. In the book she manages to go deeper into the roots of the inexhaustible need to fill the inner space with food. As a holistic psychologist who specializes in family therapy and addictions, she uses her personal ability to look inward, to follow her conduct without compromise. Compassionately she records every thought and non-thought, every self-deception and every insight. The challenge is to defeat once and for all the inner terrorist who paralyzes and obscures what is really important. My last summer as a fat girl is a rare analysis conducted by a professional woman and a private person on a subject so familiar to many: excessive eating, which takes the place of other needs - conscious and unconscious - and hinders self-fulfillment. This is a rare document, frankly stunning, instructive and thought-provoking, in terms of a hand extended to us on the way to the desired destination: to guide our soul, our form, our destiny. Dr. Eli Henkind Katz lives in Moshav Shoava in the Yehuda Mountains. Her book The Thin Line Between Sanity and Madness, published in 2007, was a great success.