Amy Barth

101 Tips For Recovering From Eating Disorders

If you're recovering from an Eating Disorder (E.D.) it's important to take one day at a time. Let 101 Tips for Recovering from Eating Disorders be your companion in healing and you'll be reminded of the strength and wisdom that's already inside you. This book will help you celebrate the good days and develop solid coping strategies for the bad times. Most importantly, this book will remind that you're not alone and recovery is possible.
Acclaim for 101 Tips for Recovering from Eating Disorders: A Pocket Book of Wisdom
«If you struggle with food or body image, 101 Tips for Recovering from Eating Disorders needs to be on your coffee table or nightstand. Amy Barth's bite-sized nuggets of wisdom and inspiration will help to pick you up on rough days, give you much-needed hope everyday, and keep you moving along the journey to freedom.»
--Jenni Schaefer, author of Life Without Ed: How One Woman Declared Independence from Her Eating Disorder
«101 Tips for Recovering from Eating Disorders is a heartfelt and helpful tool for anybody who is trying to recover from an eating disorder. It is one of those books you can take with you as your companion knowing that when times are tough, you can draw strength from reading its tips.»
--Irene Celcer, MA, LCSW
“Amy Barth graciously shares her own heart-filled knowledge and insider secrets to creating a rich and satisfying life. Barth's words, culled from years of experience, make this book not only indispensible, but also a roadmap to success. «
--Dr. Annette Colby, author of Body Redesign: Goal Setting Secrets for a Thinner, Happier You
About the author
Amy Barth is a thriver possessing a passion for girls and women who need to be set free in their mind and their hearts. Her background is in social work and she founded Safe Girls Strong Girls in 2005--an organization committed to breaking the silence of childhood sexual abuse and giving girls their voices back. Camp CADI is the only camp of its kind where girls can heal and just be girls again. She is the author of several books including Annabelle's Secret and 101 Tips For Survivors of Sexual Abuse: A Pocket Book of Wisdom .
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From Loving Healing Press,
Self-Help : Eating Disorders — General

53 printed pages
Original publication


    Lena Maria Gammelgaard Hansenshared an impression2 years ago
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    Marina Prokopetshas quoted3 years ago
    Write your own book about tips for recovery…
    Marina Prokopetshas quoted3 years ago
    Express in as many ways as you can what recovery looks like to you.
    Marina Prokopetshas quoted3 years ago
    Journal about what the voice of your eating disorder is saying to you .

    2. Do a collage that represents your feelings.

    3. Do a collage of your needs and then start voicing what you need to others.

    3. Make a deck of cards or a collage of the strong people in your life that you can reach out to during difficult times.

    4. Draw a picture of how you think you look and then ask somebody else to draw a picture of you. Compare the pictures.

    5. Keep a gratitude journal.

    6. Say one nice thing about yourself everyday and keep a running list.

    7. Burn a CD of music you like.

    8. It takes strength to recover from an eating disorder. What does strength mean to you? Try different forms of art to express strength.

    9. Design a t-shirt about recovering from an eating disorder. Wear it during National Eating Disorder Awareness Week in February.

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