Good in Bed - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

Jennifer Weiner
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Chapter 3 Summary

Cannie is visiting the Philadelphia Weight and Eating Disorders Center. There is a new study that she wants to be part of that she hopes will help her lose weight. She is in a waiting room with a number of other women that are overweight. Cannie notes that the receptionist is very slim. Cannie begins to talk to the lady sitting next to her, Lily. Lily wishes Phen Fen was still on the market because it was the only thing that ever worked to keep the weight off. Cannie reminds her that it caused heart problems, to which Lily responds she would rather have heart problems than be fat.

Cannie is filling out a long questionnaire about her weight history, family weight history, emotional well being, favorite foods, and other questions. Cannie has a self-deprecating sense of humor and is very disparaging about...

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