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Book: NO BONES ABOUT IT (A Ginger Barnes Cozy Mystery Book 4) by Donna Huston Murray
On the heels of a nasty divorce, a dog trainer is blamed for her ex-husband's suspicious death. Evidence suggests she programmed their jointly owned guard dog to attack the prominent diet doctor, but did she? As the accused is being led off to jail, she begs her friend and sometime sleuth, Ginger Barnes, to save the champion German shepherd's life, an assignment that demands nothing less than the [...]
 
Book: Ten-Mile Morning - My Journey through Anorexia Nervosa by Adam Lamparello
Ten-Mile Morning is a true story about a man's battle to overcome his five-year struggle with anorexia nervosa. Written from a painfully honest perspective, Adam Lamparello discusses his past addictions, depression, anxiety, and the emptiness that arose from his lack of self-esteem. This moving memoir details the author's struggle to gain a sense of control and empowerment through dramatic weight [...]
 
Book: The Mirror Lied - One woman's 25-year struggle with bulimia, anorexia, diet pill addiction, laxative abuse and cutting by Marc A. Zimmer Ph.D., N.R. ...
ANOREXIA AND BULIMIA AUTHOR SPEAKS OUT: "BREAK THE CYCLE" Veteran author, N.R. Mitgang, speaks out in his online video debut. http://youtu.be/GKIuiPO-ZnI - Watch. Listen. Learn. Live better. Break the cycle. "A book that will make you cry and leave you with hope and lifted spirits." - Ira M. Sacker, M.D., internationally acclaimed expert on eating disorders and co-author of "Regaining Your Self" [...]
 
Book: The Reined Groom (Bluebonnet) by Stephanie Jackson
Nikki McGregor has big aspirations to become an elite dancer. With a full scholarship to Diamond Dance in her sights, she'll do whatever it takes to make her dream come true. However with suspicions that her boyfriend is cheating on her, a dance scout watching her closely, and the recent news of her mother's engagement materialize, it's become hard for her to keep her priorities straight. Her [...]
 
Book: How I Got Here by Hannah Harvey
River has been in hospital for a long time, nobody can get through to her, nobody has taken the time to understand. Until Oliver, a young doctor who is dedicated to finding out what's really happening with this reserved girl. Through a series of letters written by River to Oliver, she details the events leading up to her hospitalization, and slowly he starts to learn how she got to where she is [...]
 
Book: Suicidal Maniacs and the Lady of Shalott by Roberta Morris
These twenty-something people now come into adult life with an amazing critical awareness, an ethical sense, Morris observes, "and all kinds of factual knowledge and stories, more than any library imaginable, available on their smartphones. Th ey know they have that access. Th at's old now. Th ey can take that much for granted and do. What are they going to do with all that info? What's that [...]
 
Book: Featherlight - Hope rekindled by Antje Doehring
Less is more! Paolo had declared. Following which the school heartthrob had dumped her. Since then, Jasmine had wanted only one thing: to become thinner and to be more attractive. When her family sat down for lunch, Jasmine only pretended to eat. She secretly threw most of her food away. She hoped to lose weight with the help of an Internet forum called the "PorcelainGirls". Soon after, becomes [...]
 
Book: Sydney's Song by Ia Uaro
An undefeatable Sydney girl. An itinerant musician, Boston's former child prodigy. Two lost souls brought together before the 2000 Sydney Olympics and thrown into a roller-coaster of their very own personal Olympics. Set in Sydney and Boston where heartbreaks are juxtaposed humour, this Humor Finalist of Readers Favorite's International Book Award is a love story no reader will ever forget.
 
Book: Food as an Idol - Finding Freedom from Disordered Eating by Pamela K Orgeron
In Food as an Idol: Finding Freedom from Disordered Eating Pamela K. Orgeron, the Author and Editor, a Board Certified Christian Counselor and an Advanced Christian Life Coach combines her education with her life experience as a recovered bulimic to compile a book that will be helpful to others struggling with disordered eating issues and help in the prevention of disordered eating in today's [...]
 
Book: The Weight Of Beauty by Neda Dropulić
"I was afraid I couldn't live up to the image of the woman I had to be. Being a woman means being pretty, well-groomed, smart, caring, kind, happy, a mother, a nurturer, a protector, a lover, a friend, support and a teacher. I couldn't be all of that! I couldn't do it all perfectly! I was falling apart, looking at my life and feeling scared, paralysed by the mess in my past. I didn't know where [...]
 
Book: Spiritual Anorexia - How Contemporary Worship Is Starving the Church by Doug Erlandson
A Must-Read Book on Worship It's Not Just About the Music In Spiritual Anorexia: How Contemporary Worship is Starving the Church, Dr. Doug Erlandson presents a balanced but devastating critique of the contemporary-style worship model and shows how this type of worship deprives Christians of the feast of true corporate worship. Drawing from personal experience and extensive research into the [...]
 
Book: Food as an Idol - The Types, Causes, Consequences, Conquering, and Prevention of Disordered Eating by Pamela K Orgeron
The best-selling book for ABC's Ministries, Food as an Idol: Finding Freedom from Disordered - Eating published in 2017 offers hope and practical methods to overcoming and preventing disordered eating. This book is an adapted version of that book intended to reach a broader audience, especially classroom educators. The first book entitled Food as an Idol was born out of the author's own struggle [...]
 


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