Doing Life Together

Doing Life Together

Video Encouragement to Overcome Eating Disorders

My friend, Steve Siler, founder of Music for the Soul, uses music and video to encourage, heal, and move people towards recovery and hope.

Recently, a song from his CD Tell Me What You See was made into a DVD and produced by film students at Regent University. If you know someone struggling with an eating disorders, this is meant to encourage!

There is treatment and hope to overcome eating disorders. In my 30 years of doing therapy, I have seen healing and transformation when issues are addressed. This does not have to be something a person struggles with for life.

To better understand what is involved in the treatment, check out my pocket size book, Breaking Free from Anorexia and Bulimia.

And The CD Tell Me What You See also comes with a discussion guide that can be used by a group to talk about the problem and understand the help available. Take advantage of these great resources!

Most of all, know you are beautiful to God, valued, accepted and loved.

 

 

 

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