Good in Bed - Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

Jennifer Weiner
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Chapter 7 Summary

Cannie has not seen Bruce in six weeks and has lost eight pounds. At the Weight and Eating Disorders Center, Cannie is scheduled for a physical and some blood work. Dr. K is worried about Cannie and does not think the weight loss is good. He suggests that Cannie see a therapist.

Cannie continues to call Bruce even though he does not call back, ends their conversations quickly, and refuses to see her. Anne, Sam, and Cannie's colleagues all say that she needs to move on. They tell her to stop obsessing and stop calling him. Cannie recognizes that her behavior is pathetic, but she misses Bruce and thinks he is the only one who will ever love her. Cannie believes she made a mistake when she broke up with him.

Chapter 7 Analysis

Cannie is oblivious to the fact that Dr. K finds...

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