Road to the Rainbow: A Personal Journey to Recovery from an Eating Disorder Survivor

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CCB Publishing, Jul 2, 2008 - Self-Help - 131 pages
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Writing from a personal experience with honesty, warmth and compassion, Meredith Seafield Grant explores eating disorders, the development, the depths of despair but most importantly the hope and reality of recovery. With over twenty years of personal journal entries as a resource, Meredith has compiled the wisdom and insight she gained on the road to her personal life's rainbow. Appreciating that each individual suffering from an eating disorder requires a personal prescription for recovery, Meredith has written this book in hopes that something on her road to recovery may help other sufferers. And above all. there is hope. About the Author:
Meredith Seafield Grant is an eating disorder survivor and now counsels those suffering from eating disorders as well as their families on their own personal journey to recovery. She also gives presentations to assist people understand the distorted body images presented in the media that adversely affect today's youth.
 

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Contents

Acknowledgments
1
The Pain the Past
15
The Beginning of the Rainbow Admission
35
Treatment Traditional and NonTraditional
60
Education and Information
96
Journaling
106
Importance of Your Environment
116
List of Helpful Resources
129
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Meredith Seafield Grant is an eating disorder survivor and now counsels those suffering from eating disorders as well as their families on their own personal journey to recovery. She also gives presentations to assist people understand the distorted body images presented in the media that adversely affect today's youth.

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