Soul Hunger

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Remuda Ranch, Sep 1, 2006 - Family & Relationships - 157 pages
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My eating disorder kept me safe. If I was just thin enough, pretty enough, maybe no one would look behind and see what a shameful, bad person I really was. The mask got heavier and heavier until I nearly collapsed under the strain of maintaining the lie. Once in treatment for my eating disorder, I discovered that dieting, food and weight were not the issue. I was trying to fill a void that food could not possibly touch -- a soul hunger .
 

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This is an extremely personal and helpful description of one person's struggle with an eating disorder. It provides a glimpse into the world of someone fighting against all odds to find herself and her happiness. Everyone with any interest in the subject, especially those trying to find their way out, shoud read this book.  

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Contents

Foreword
9
Too Deep for Tears
15
The First Steps
31
Learning to Trust
51
Deck chairs on the Titanic
59
Behind the Mask
71
Truth in Love
79
Love Means Never Having
97
Learning to Fly
111
Living in Graceland
125
Along the Road
145
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Sandy is a teacher and writer.

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