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We can spend hours ruminating about “Why did I eat that? We “diet,” go off that diet, and then start dieting again on Monday. The relationships we craft with food—or other distractions—are often among the most complex in our lives., a self-described “funny and moving journey through [her] experiences with food and body image.”You can see it now in New York City at the Westside Theatre.