Food for Thought by Elisabeth L.
Daily Meditations for Overeaters

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The meditations in Food for Thought 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 that help us in our recovery. These meditations help recovering women and men begin to benefit from a physically, emotionally, and spiritually balanced life.
 

About Elisabeth L.

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Elisabeth L. grew up in Lexington, Kentucky. She has a son, a daughter, and five delightful grandchildren. She and her husband live in Virginia, dividing their time between Arlington and Midlothian, a suburb Richmond.Elisabeth joined Overeaters Anonymous in 1976. Although her abstinence has not been perfect, for 25 years she has maintained a weight between 120 and 125 pounds. More important, during that time she has been free of the compulsive overeating that controlled her life for at least 25 years before I found OA. One day at a time, she continues to be gratefully recovering.Biographical lnformationProgram Manager, Eating Disorders Program, Washington Hospital Center,Washington, DC 1984-1993Cultural Affairs Department, Organization of American States, 1980-1983 Teacher, Music and English, Greenwich, Connecticut 1959-1961B.A., Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio 1959
 
Published September 29, 2009 by Hazelden. 400 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help, Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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