Journaling is a great tool in eating disorder recovery. Writing about what is on your mind is a great way to sort out thoughts that are sometimes confusing or chaotic. Penning how you feel is a great way to release pent up emotions. Journaling can also help you invite God to play a greater role in your recovery. In this e-book, you'll find suggestions to both help you get started and to help you go deeper with journaling. You'll also find 100 journaling questions divided into 22 different categories for easy reference.
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About the Author
Laurie Glass has a Master's Degree in Christian Counseling and is an author and recovered anorexic. She's passionate about creating faith-based resources for those with eating disorders. Through her website, Freedom from Eating Disorders (http://freedomfromed.com), she offers the Christian Eating Disorder Recovery Course, note cards, a free monthly newsletter, recovery stories, helpful articles, and so much more. Laurie has also had several poems and articles published in both print and online publications. In addition, she was quoted in the April, 2012 issue of Women's Health Magazine in an article entitled The Scary Rise of Adult Eating Disorders.