Galia Carolina is a Colombian-born sociologist, writer, and artist now living in London with her British husband and their daughter. She focuses her artistic and literary skills on the difficult topic of eating disorders. Using surrealism, she brings to life the human experiences of those suffering from anorexia, bulimia, and other food-related disorders. She works with professionals in the field on outreach, education, and prevention. In October 2022, she presented two murals of her charcoal drawings at the Hispanic American Conference on Eating Disorders in Monterrey, Mexico. She is currently working on a series of oil paintings depicting children with ‘food on their mind.’
Why My Daughter? From Binge Eating to Restriction
Written unflinchingly, Why My Daughter? From Binge Eating to Restriction chronicles an intergenerational journey with disordered eating that swings dangerously between bingeing and restriction. After witnessing her daughter’s eating disorder diagnosis at a very young age, the author’s quest for ...