Addictions, Eating Disorders
“I thought comfort food was supposed to comfort me!” In a digital age with an endless flow of information, you may be attempting to answer why you emotionally eat with how-to programs. When food is used as an emotional coping mechanism, it holds a certain power over you. Author Jenna Barbosa knows this frustrating struggle all too well. Through her journey of understanding why she has felt powerless under the pull of food, she invites you to join her in this journey of looking at the spiritual, mental, and physical components of the emotional eating cycle.
Many of us feel ashamed and undesirable after years of sexual brokenness and addiction. The guilt and stigma surrounding sexual struggles can paralyze us and keep us from seeking help and healing. Author Jay Stringer approaches these sensitive subjects with gentleness and understanding.
Dr. John Townsend
All of us have addictive habits--our go-to's for relief. The pattern is the same whether a person is a drug addict or any other kind. Dr. Townsend kindly and clearly gives biblically-based help for those who suffer and those who love sufferers.