Stories of Hope for Those Who Have Struggled
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Hope is the anchor of the soul, the stimulus to
action, and the incentive to achievement. Anonymous
Karen is a young woman who for years struggled with out-of-control eating.
An incest survivor, she became bulimic as a way to alter her emotions and try
to escape from what was happening in her life. However, a remnant of hope allowed
her to progress through the steps outlined in Body
Sense and make the changes in her life that moved her out of depression,
stopped the eating disorder behaviors and move her into a sense of peace and
"I believe there is a future for me now. I believe I am loveable. People
love me, find me attractive and care about me--the person. I love myself and
never before could I ever have said those words.
(The above excerpt is taken from the chapter Celebrate Your Transformations from the book Body Sense Balancing Your Weight and Emotions.) If you'd like to buy Body Sense click here. If you'd like to enroll in our online course Forget About Diets, click here.
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