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God Hunger

Author: Desiree Ayres
Publisher: Charisma Media
ISBN: 1616389052
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Author and former Hollywood stuntwoman, Desiree Ayres offers a solution to the anxiety, depression, and physical challenges facing people who suffer with eating disorders. Drawing from her own testimony of being healed of anorexia, bulimia, and obesity, Ayres encourages readers to take responsibility for their emotional, spiritual, and physical health. She explains how negative self-image and lack of support are some of the key stumbling blocks to disorders that according to a recent survey affects nearly 70 million men and women worldwide. She also discusses the power of emotional health and its impact on the body. Ayres writes: “God wired us with emotions, but He did not intend for us to be ruled by them. Rather than turn to and fill up on God, they fill up on food. The answer is, of course, to run to God and fill up with his love and comfort.” Written in an easy-to-read style, God Hunger provides readers with biblically based techniques for overcoming eating disorders, and lays out a strategic plan to help foster better health and wellness.

The Quick Reference Guide To Addictions And Recovery Counseling

Author: Dr. Tim Clinton
Publisher: Baker Books
ISBN: 1441244603
Size: 38.86 MB
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The newest addition to the popular Quick-Reference Guide collection, The Quick-Reference Guide to Addictions and Recovery Counseling focuses on the widespread problem of addictions of all kinds. It is an A-Z guide for assisting pastors, professional counselors, and everyday believers to easily access a full array of information to aid them in formal and informal counseling situations. Each of the forty topics covered follows a helpful eight-part outline and identifies (1) typical symptoms and patterns, (2) definitions and key thoughts, (3) questions to ask, (4) directions for the conversation, (5) action steps, (6) biblical insights, (7) prayer starters, and (8) recommended resources.

The Quick Reference Guide To Counseling Women

Author: Dr. Tim Clinton
Publisher: Baker Books
ISBN: 0801072344
Size: 41.73 MB
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Women have unique needs and unique problems that require understanding, empathy, and direction from their pastors and counselors. For anyone who is called to counsel women, The Quick-Reference Guide to Counseling Women will be a welcome guide to bring hope, life, and freedom to women in need. This A-Z guide gives pastors, professional counselors, and lay helpers the information they need to help female church members, clients, and friends work through their spiritual and emotional issues. The many topics addressed include: healthy relationships conflict and stress sexuality, pregnancy, and infertility emotional and physical abuse roles of women Each of the forty topics covered follows a helpful eight-part outline and identifies typical symptoms and patterns, definitions and key thoughts, questions to ask, directions for the conversation, action steps, biblical insights, prayer starters, and recommended resources. "The most comprehensive, cutting-edge resource to date on addressing the real issues women face."--Stormie Omartian, author of the bestselling The Power of Praying® books "I'm so grateful for this resource. The Quick-Reference Guide to Counseling Women will assist you in working with women on their healing journey."--Jennifer Rothschild, Jennifer Rothschild Ministries "Whether you work in women's ministry, lay counseling, or professional counseling, you'll want to have this book on hand. It will become one of your most often-used resources."--Carol Kent, speaker and author of Between a Rock and a Grace Place Tim Clinton (EdD, The College of William and Mary) is president of the American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC), executive director of the Center for Counseling and Family Studies, professor of counseling and pastoral care at Liberty University and Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary, and a licensed professional counselor. Diane Langberg (PhD, Temple University) is a practicing psychologist whose clinical expertise includes thirty-five years of working with trauma survivors and clergy. She is the director of Diane Langberg, Ph.D. & Associates, a group practice in suburban Philadelphia, and an adjunct professor of practical theology at Westminster Theological Seminary.

Holy Hunger

Author: Margaret Bullitt-Jonas
Publisher: Vintage
ISBN: 0375700870
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In an honest, eloquent memoir, Episcopal priest Margaret Bullitt-Jonas describes a childhood darkened by the repressive shadows of her alcoholic father and her emotionally reclusive mother, whose demands for excellence, poise, and self-control drove their daughter to develop an incredible addiction to food.

Beyond The Flame

Author: Desiree Ayres
Publisher: Charisma Media
ISBN: 1616389575
Size: 78.60 MB
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Ten days after a terrible explosion left her fighting for her life, Hollywood stuntwoman Desiree Ayres walked out of the Sherman Oaks Burn Center completely healed and whole. Today she is on fire for God, sharing her powerful testimony of miraculous healing and restoration with everyone she meets. What are you trusting God for? Physical healing? A financial miracle? Nothing is too big for God--what He did for Desiree, He will do for you. Beyond the Flame will encourage you to stand on the promises of God’s Word, speak life into your situation, and claim your miracle.

Breaking Free From Emotional Eating

Author: Geneen Roth
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 9781101043790
Size: 72.83 MB
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#1 New York Times bestselling author of Women Food and God There is an end to the anguish of emotional eating—and this book explains how to achieve it. Geneen Roth, whose Feeding the Hungry Heart and When Food Is Love have brought understanding and acceptance to tens of thousands of readers over the last two decades, here outlines her proven program for resolving the conflicts at the root of overeating. Using simple techniques developed in her highly successful seminars, she offers reassuring, practical advice on: · Learning to recognize the signals of physical hunger · Eating without distraction · Knowing when to stop · Kicking the scale-watching habit · Withstanding social and family pressures And many more strategies to help you break the binge-diet cycle—forever. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Desiree Kearns Ayres

Author: Christabel Donatienne Ruby
Publisher:
ISBN: 9786136728483
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Desiree Kearns Ayres is a Christian author of the books God Hunger: Breaking Addictions of Anorexia, Bulimia and Compulsive Eating and Co-Pastor of In His Presence Church in Woodland Hills, California. Desiree Ayres grew up in Hollywood where her family's profession was stunt work. A highly motivated person by nature, she rose to become one of Hollywood's top stuntwomen, with credits for shows such as Dukes of Hazzard, Remington Steele and the Fall Guy, among others. She has made guest appearances on The Phil Donahue Show, the Joni Show, Sid Roth and Geraldo. She hosted weekly radio show in Los Angeles and has been featured on WBPI-TV 49 as well as Daystar TV. For 10 years Desiree struggled with anorexia, bulimia, and compulsive binge eating. Since successfully overcoming those challenges, Desiree shares her story of triumph though her ministry at In His Presence Church, by traveling the world as a speaker, and her literary works.

Women Food And God

Author: Geneen Roth
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0857201417
Size: 52.85 MB
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Millions of us are locked into an unwinnable weight game, as our self-worth is shredded with every diet failure. Combine the utter inefficacy of dieting with the lack of spiritual nourishment and we have generations of mad, ravenous self-loathing women. So says Geneen Roth, in her life-changing new book, Women, Food and God. Since her 1991 bestseller, When Food Is Love, was published, Roth has taken the sum total of her experience and combined it with spirituality and psychology to explain women's true hunger. Roth's approach to eating is that it is the same as any addiction - an activity to avoid feeling emotions. From the first page, readers will be struck by the author's intelligence, humour and sensitivity, as she traces the path of overeating from its subtle beginnings through to its logical end. Whether the drug is booze or brownies, the problem is the same: opting out of life. She powerfully urges readers to pay attention to what they truly need - which cannot be found in a supermarket. She provides seven basic guidelines for eating (the most important is to never diet) and shares reassuring, practical advice that has helped thousands of women who have attended her highly successful seminars. Truly a thinking woman's guide to eating - and an anti-diet book - women everywhere will find insights and revelations on every page.

Food The Good Girl S Drug

Author: Sunny Sea Gold
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 9781101478967
Size: 70.68 MB
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Sunny Sea Gold started fighting a binge eating disorder in her teens. But most books on the topic were aimed at older women, women she had a hard time relating to. Calling on top psychiatrists, nutritionists, and fitness experts, Sunny offers real advice to a new generation fighting an age-old war. With humor and compassion from someone who's seen it all, Food: The Good Girl's Drug is about experiences shared by many women-whether they've been struggling with compulsive overeating their whole lives, or have just admitted to themselves, that yes, it's more than just a bad habit.

Not All Black Girls Know How To Eat

Author: Stephanie Covington Armstrong
Publisher: Chicago Review Press
ISBN: 1569763208
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Stephanie Covington Armstrong does not fit the stereotype of a woman with an eating disorder. She grew up poor and hungry in the inner city. Foster care, sexual abuse, and overwhelming insecurity defined her early years. But the biggest difference is her race: Stephanie is black. In this moving first-person narrative, Armstrong describes her struggle as a black woman with a disorder consistently portrayed as a white woman's problem. Trying to escape her selfhatred and her food obsession by never slowing down, Stephanie becomes trapped in a downward spiral. Finally, she can no longer deny that she will die if she doesn't get help, overcome her shame, and conquer her addiction to using food as a weapon against herself. For more information about the book and eating disorders, visit www.notallblackgirls.com