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eBook Twelve Steps for Overeaters
An Interpretation of the Twelve Steps of Overeaters Anonymous
The author of the popular Food for Thought takes a fresh, in-depth look at the Twelve Steps of Overeaters Anonymous. Each chapter carefully examines and interprets each of the individual Steps.
eBook Fat Is a Family Affair, Second Edition
How Food Obsessions Affect Relationships
The best-selling, benchmark text on family dynamics and eating disorders by Dr. Judi Hollis. This instructive and engaging guide provides the latest thinking, compassionate counsel, and step-by-step assistance to individuals who suffer from compulsive eating behaviors--specifically overeating and undereating.
eBook It's Not Okay to Be a Cannibal
How to Keep Addiction from Eating Your Family Alive
Buy your Kindle eBook from Amazon Buy your kobo eBook Buy your Barnes and Noble eBooks Buy your iBook at iTunesHaving helped thousands of families confront addiction, two of the nation's leading interventionists, Robert Poznanovich and Andrew T. Wainwright, have created a survival guide for families. With compelling case histories and real-life scenarios, the authors set forth a practical course…
eBook Inner Harvest
Daily Meditations for Recovery from Eating Disorders
As we recover from an eating disorder, these 366 meditations will help us find the power to develop and deepen our spirituality. Daily positive thoughts offer insight and ideas for meeting the challenges of ongoing recovery from eating disorders.
eBook Lessons from Our Sponsors
Seasoned sponsors from various Twelve Step programs offer wisdom and stories to support you in recovery.
eBook Why Can't I Stop Eating
Recognizing, Understanding, and Overcoming Food Addiction
Buy your Kindle eBook from Amazon Buy your kobo ebook Buy your eBook formats from Barnes and Noble Buy your iBook at iTunes.This straight-talking book puts the widespread problem of food addiction into clear perspective and points the way to a life free of the obsession with food.
eBook Food for Thought
Daily Meditations for Overeaters
Buy your Kindle eBook from Amazon Buy your kobo eBook Buy the Barnes and Noble eBooks for iPhone, iPod, PC, or Mac Buy your iBook at iTunesThese meditations for men and women focus on our need for support, compassion, understanding, and acceptance of our compulsive eating. Each daily reading provides encouragement for turning to our Higher Power for comfort and addresses the steps and concerns…
eBook I've Got This Friend Who
Advice for Teens and Their Friends on Alcohol, Drugs, Eating Disorders, Risky Behavior, and More
Personal stories, fast facts and self-tests help young readers recognize when a friend or family member is in trouble, identify and seek help for their own issues, and practice self-care to avoid feeling overwhelmed by others' problems.
eBook Overeaters Journal
Exercise for Heart, Mind and Soul
Buy your Kindle eBook from Amazon Buy your kobo eBook Buy the Barnes and Noble eBooks for iPhone, iPod, PC, or Mac Buy your iBook at iTunesDuring her six-week stay in a treatment center for food addiction, author Debbie Danowski was required to keep a journal, a task she credits with saving her life. Danowski brings her special insight and life-guiding exercises to the Overeater's Journal.
eBook My Thinning Years
Starving the Gay Within
Jon Derek Croteau brings a heady mixture of raw emotion, pathos, and humor to his powerful journey from self-hatred and punishment to self-affirmation and healing as a gay man in My Thinning Years.
eBook Rein In Your Brain
From Impulsivity to Thoughtful Living In Recovery
Buy your Kindle eBook from Amazon Buy your Barnes and Noble eBooks Those in recovery learn to "rein in their brain," ending compulsive behaviors while fostering a more thoughtful lifestyle that ensures long-term emotional sobriety
eBook Almost Anorexic
Is My (or My Loved One's) Relationship with Food a Problem?
Many suffer from the effects of anorexia, bulimia, and binge eating disorder, but most never address the issue because they don't fully meet the diagnostic criteria. If this is the case for you, then you may be what we call "almost anorexic."
Why We Can't Seem to Get Enough
A nationally recognized expert on compulsive behaviors explains the phenomenon of craving and gives us tools to achieve freedom from our seemingly insatiable desires by changing our actions to remap our brains.