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Eating disorders disrupt the lives of approximately 10 million females and 1 million males in the United States alone. Abby Kelly was one of millions of Americans who got trapped in the cycle of an eating disorder. Saturday, December 12, 2015 at 11am/EST on Off The Shelf book talk radio, Abby will talk about those dark days and how she got free of the addiction, recovering and getting her life back.
Abby and Off The Shelf book talk radio host, Denise Turney, will also delve into Abby's book "The Predatory Lies of Anorexia: A Survivor's Story." Get ready for an open and candid discussion from Denise Turney and Abby Kelly, a Christian, wife, editor and Bible study leader. Abby is also a contributor and editor at FINDINGbalance. Her blog has millions of followers.
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See you Saturday, December 12, 2015 at 11am/EST. You don't want to miss this one!!
Welcome to the Up2Me Radio Show with your Host Gabby G and Special Guest Ms. Kim Crabill.
Kim Crabill is the founder and president of Roses and Rainbows Ministries, Inc., and Community COFFEEs (Conversations of Friends of Faith to Encourage and Equip). Her message and passion come from her personal experience of longing to be used by God yet feeling unusable because of past abuse leading to anorexia, diet pill addiction, and depression. Her mother’s deathbed challenge set Kim on a new path, a journey she wrote about in her book Burdens to Blessings. www.rosesandrainbows.org
The opinions expressed in this radio broadcast are for information, inspiraton and entertainment purposes only.
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Welcome to the Healthy Baby Boomers Network Blog Talk Radio Show. I am your host, Dr. Erica Goodstone, Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Spiritual Relationship Healer and Somatic Body Psychotherapist, Helping Men and Women Heal Their Bodies and Their Relationships Through Love, author of the book: Love Me, Touch Me, Heal Me and the romantic novel, Love in the Blizzard of Life, and creator of the life changing 30 Day Love Challenge.
Today my guest is author of the book, Life Beyond Your Eating Disorder, Founder and CEO of The Alliance for Eating Disorders Awareness, and someone who has personally recovered from a 10-year-long battle with various eating disorders. Johanna Kandel brings knowledge, hope and assistance to more than 200,000 individuals internationally. She facilitates weekly support groups, mentors individuals with eating disorders and their families through their treatment and recovery, educates thousands about eating disorders, and advocates for legislation on the state and national level. Johanna is the current President of the Board of Directors for the Eating Disorders Coalition, member of the Academy for Eating Disorders Advisory Board, and a founding board member of the Eating Disorders Activist Network. She has received numerous awards for her public service, has been profiled in the New York Times and leading magazines, and has made several appearances on national TV, including NBC Nightly News and The Today Show. Find out more at AllianceForEatingDisorders.com
According to the National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders, up to 30 million people of all ages and genders suffer from an eating disorder in the U.S. This includes anorexia, bulimia and binge eating disorders. Please join your national award-winning family radio talk show Let's Talk America with Host Shana Thornton as we address the various factors of eating disorders. Celebrated psychologist Dr Frieda Birnbaum joins the show to discuss eating disorders in 2015. Do tune in.
Please visit www.letstalkamericawithshanathornton.com. Thank you.
What an amazing year it has been for us here at TWU Radio. We have been fortunate to be blessed with awesome experts on every single show that we have had. To end this great year, we welcome fellow podcaster Jay Scott to the show! Jay is also the founder of Full Disclosure Fitness and author of Live Fit, Live Free.
Jay is known to be as transparent as possible with everything he promotes and discusses online. Whatever he says, he truly believes! Jay frequently discusses the fact that he has tried pretty much every diet out there and is candid about his battles with eating disorders, both anorexia and binge eating. He does this in order to pull back the curtain on all of the nutrition and exercise programs out there and show them for what they are, whether good or bad. He wishes to share his experiences, both his successes and his failures in order to help us achieve our goals.
To learn more about Jay, you can check out his website at http://fulldisclosurefitness.com/.
It’s the holiday season, a time when a lot of us are rushing about from party to party, store to store, city to city. It’s the perfect time to be mindful of all we have all year round. In her book Finding the Gift, Angela Howell has captured 366 unique meditations to help readers see life from a greater perspective and embrace mindful living. Angela Howell has long been on the road to personal freedom. She survived a lengthy battle with anorexia and bulimia, and went on to earn multiple sales awards from several Fortune 500 companies. Angela is the author of Finding the Gift: Daily Meditations for Mindfulness.
As a speaker, Angela shares her compelling story of triumph with a variety of audiences and uses her coaching program to help clients create A Life Worth Having. Her website is www.findingthegift.com.
... Personal EXPERIENCE - STRENGTH - & HOPE with anyone willing to listen. Thats right - We ARE NOT Doctors / Counselors / Therapists - Most of us have NO PROFESSIONAL Affiliations/designations relating to Addiction Recovery. HOWEVER we ARE people/individuals that found recovery & embraced the benefits of working a program (Life) that helps us to stay committed to NOT ENDULGING IN OUR ADDICTIONS ANY LONGER. Last week - our Guests included Carolyn & Steve sharing their own E.S.H. & they were GREAT! We started w/Thanks from having enjoyed a Holiday week. My week was filled with friends - ( NOT FAMILY - SIMPLY BECAUSE MY FAMILY ON CERTAIN HOLIDAYS ARE TOXIC TO ME) however my friends are warm - loving & HAPPY TO SEE ME - who wouldn't choose friends over family in such circumstances. Now that is me folks - you have to follow your own destiny & roads in Life. WE share these moments together EVERY Sunday evening from 7 to 9 PM CST here on Blog Talk Radio! We invite you the listener to either LISTEN or CALL-IN with your questions / comments or stories of personal E. S. H.. "I LOVE THAT I AM AN ALCOHOLIC" - I FOUND HELP WITH MY PERSONAL THINKING PROBLEM - MY MENTAL DISEASE So to say. I am only one of Millions of Success stories, of people who found help & hope to escape the pains of our addictive behaviors of the past. We found new healthier ways to live our lives today ONE-DAY-AT-A-TIME! Tune in & join our journey as we review & discuss the many Blessings we incurr following this path. For many of us - being SOBER - while Wonderful - IS NOT ENOUGH! However the Quality of Life that we live Sober is called SOBRIETY & that is our Goal. To live our lives to the fullest as our Heavenly Father-GOD- planned for us to live-while helping others. I want to be like CHRIST! THAT's RIGHT!! Our number 323-580-5755 CALL US Sunday Evening!
I was born and raised in Florida, my parents both in the medical field. My brother and I were expected to do great things; whether or not I have achieved them depends on who you ask. I remember around age nine writing my first song, after learning to play by ear on a small keyboard in my bedroom. Ever since I have felt as though I belong in music, but as the industry is bombarded and unfair, I didn’t get much support.
I earned my A.S. in Psychology just to say I was going to school while I recorded my songs. They are of an amateur production as I am not familiar with how to make a song sound like it does in my head. I still dream of hearing at least one of my songs done in a studio, but for now I record on my own, with nothing but a digital piano and computer software. Songs come to me randomly; they have my whole life, out of the blue, and I will have to stop and write them down – in my own language – if I can.
I have over 200 songs in notebooks waiting to be recorded and the task feels daunting. I wish I had tried harder earlier in my life but I was so scared of criticism I never let anyone hear me in person. My parents split when I was 10, then I became terrified of people as a home-schooled high school student who developed anorexia because I knew singers had to be thin. However, doing so destroyed me, and I no longer had the strength to try. But no matter what happens, no matter what anyone thinks, I still strive to do ‘great things’ and perhaps, in some people’s eyes, I already have.
...Open your doors and invite someone that you may know will be alone to join you at your table...Holidays can be trying times for Individuals with an Addiction. As MY Sponsor once told me - "DANNY - IF IT AFFECTS YOUR SOBRIETY IN AN ADVERSE MANNER - THEN DON'T DO IT!" Good advice throughout the year, regardless whether it is a Holiday or just ANY OLE DAY! Because I work a program that has kept me sober - I am Thankful for the many invitations that I receive these days for me to join others/family /friends /Clients at their tables alongside their Parents / Children / Cousins / Friends. Not something that would have happened to me BEFORE I sobered up. In fact our AA Club will be hosting an ALL NIGHT Vigil in order to KEEP THE DOORS OPEN FOR ANYONE WHO NEEDS THE COMPANY OR COMPANIONSHIP - Ultimately keeping ALL OF US SOBER! We will play cards, eat food, hold Discussion / Meetings - all with the intentions of keeping oneself for gettings lost in our minds. A place that when I was initially Sober - was considered to be a VERY BAD & UNSAFE PLACE TO GO. Having completed the 12 Steps repeatedly over these past 20 years, I no longer have to avoid ALONE TIME, as I have long since Forgiven Myself and have made amends with many individuals that I hurt when I was actively caught up in my Addiction.
Join me/Us EVERY SUNDAY EVENING FROM 7 to 9 PM as we Broadcast LIVE - our persoanl day to day lives, and experiences as well as what it took for us to get and to stay CLEAN & SOBER. Or call-in number which will allow you to share comments, thoughts, criticisms, & even your own personal EXPERIENCE /STRENGTH / & HOPES, (YOUR STORY) with our audience. You might be amazed at how listening or even participating with our program can bring comfort to you or anyone that may need support or knowledge of recovering from an addiction. Our Call-In number is 323-580-5755 - JOIN US - AND HAVE A SAFE AND HAPPY THANKSGIVING!
Lauren Gardner is a passionate advocate for those living with and in recovery with eating disorders. Anorexia and Bulimia are so misunderstood by the public as well as stigmatized in a way that is harmful by the media. Fueled in the last few decades by a weight-obsessed society, both men and women can be affected and all consumed by the debilitating and life-threatening effects of eating disorders.
Lauren is going to give us a glance into her personal experience living with an eating disorder as well as some ways to help us eliminate the dangerous stigma surrounding them.
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Near Death Experience and dialogues with God while clinically dead startle readers of Erica McKenzie's book, "Dying To Fit In" as detailed in this hour interview on Dr. Carol Francis Talk Radio. Binge eating, bulimia, diet pills, anorexia, the unnatural urge to be unhealthily skinny --these practices drive many women into the darkest of secret pathways, leading to emotional and physical death. Why would women so disrespect, even hatefully treat their bodies and risk everything because skinny becomes their self-defined trophy or proof of being worthy? Erica McKenzie explains this frightening trap of "thin means beauty" from her own dreadfully harried eating, purging, diet pills craze, and starvation journey into death. Erica McKenzie then reveals her miraculous journey into God's very threshold while clinically dead. Share her many dialogues with God about human worth, self-respect. love and freedom to honor self and others with trememdous depth in this interview. Following the trials detailed in this quick and moving book "Dying to Fit In," this interview with Clinical Psychologist Dr. Carol Francis and author Erica McKenzie expounds on further profound truths which will help listeners view life from genuine and healthy perspectives instead of the chains of bodily torturous starvation, purging, and weakening slow death.
Dr. Carol Francis, Psychologist, Marriage Counselor, Family Therapist and Hypnotherapist, can be reached through drcarolfrancis.com or 310-543-1824 and her book "If You Can't Stop Eating, Maybe You're Hungry: Reset Your Cravings"
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