Are you like I was? You often eat more than you intend to. Once you start eating sweets, you can't stop. Food is the most frequent and constant pleasure in your life. If you don't have the foods you love, you feel panicky. Sugar and food addiction had me in its grip for decades. Then I discovered that food wasn't the problem. How I was living my life was the problem. So I learned to build a sweeter life between meals, lost a lot of weight through Bright Line Eating (83 pounds and counting), and put food in its proper place. Part memoir, part how-to book, Candy Girl describes how I got off the merry-go-round of food compulsion and obsession and how you can too.
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About the Author
Jill Kelly, PhD, has been in addiction recovery since 1989. She is a writer, painter, and coach for those in recovery. Her memoir, Sober Truths: The Making of an Honest Woman was a finalist for the Oregon Book Award. She is also the author of Sober Play: Using Creativity for a More Joyful Recovery. She lives in Portland, Oregon, with her four cats, two easels, and many books. Connect with her at www.lifebetweenmealscoaching.com