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Christina Fisanick Greer
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The Optimistic Food Addict: Recovering from Binge Eating

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The Optimistic Food Addict explores the author's journey through recovery from binge eating disorder. Inspirational, honest, and motivating, this book is guaranteed to contribute significantly to the recovery of readers who also suffer from food addiction as they feel the gritty, raw truth behind the author's words.
Paperback, 140 pages
Published September 26th 2016 by Msi Press
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I always admire someone who writes their story and invites us in to read about it. It is a tough and brave thing to do.

I have read many, many, recovery books on eating disorders and this book touched me. The sadness, loss and pain this person experienced in her early life would be enough to send me hiding under something and never come out - which is, of course, how some people with eating disorders deal (or don't deal) with personal trauma.

I have mixed emotions about the content of this book ,
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Oct 09, 2016 rated it it was amazing
“I was lonely and hungry for something deeper than what food could satiate.”

To say that I was moved by Christina Fisanick Greer’s memoir, “The Optimistic Food Addict” is an understatement. I found myself in every word. As a fellow food addict, I know what it is to “dance with the dragon” (confront our substances) every day.

Christina vividly illustrates what she’s endured battling food addiction and the adverse consequences on her mind, body, and spirit. There’s something both lovely and poignan
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