Sometimes I read books that are so extremely relatable I find myself nodding along as I read. I feel bewildered at the author’s ability to so impeccably describe the things I’ve experienced too. My most recent read – Letting Go of Leo by Simi Botic – had this effect on me. It’s essentially the story of Letting Go of an Eating Disorder. Letting Go of Leo is Simi Botic’s personal story about what she’s experienced and learned through years of trying to be perfect. She shares stories of freaking out about food, her body, and not being perfect enough. Ultimately, Letting Go of Leo is Simi Botic’s story of how she broke up with perfection. It’s an entertaining and authentic read, full of relatable stories of trying to be what you think everyone else is expecting you to be. With so many of the descriptions feeling so relatable to me, I…