101 Tips for Recovering from Eating Disorders: A Pocket Book of Wisdom

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If you're recovering from an Eating Disorder (E.D.) it's important to take one day at a time. Let "101 Tips for Recovering from Eating Disorders" be your companion in healing and you'll be reminded of the strength and wisdom that's already inside you. This book will help you celebrate the good days and develop solid coping strategies for the bad times. Most importantly, this book will remind that you're not alone and recovery is possible.
Acclaim for "101 Tips for Recovering from Eating Disorders: A Pocket Book of Wisdom"
"If you struggle with food or body image, "101 Tips for Recovering from Eating Disorders" needs to be on your coffee table or nightstand. Amy Barth's bite-sized nuggets of wisdom and inspiration will help to pick you up on rough days, give you much-needed hope everyday, and keep you moving along the journey to freedom."
--Jenni Schaefer, author of "Life Without Ed: How One Woman Declared Independence from Her Eating Disorder "
""101 Tips for Recovering from Eating Disorders" is a heartfelt and helpful tool for anybody who is trying to recover from an eating disorder. It is one of those books you can take with you as your companion knowing that when times are tough, you can draw strength from reading its tips."
--Irene Celcer, MA, LCSW
"Amy Barth graciously shares her own heart-filled knowledge and insider secrets to creating a rich and satisfying life. Barth's words, culled from years of experience, make this book not only indispensible, but also a roadmap to success. "
--Dr. Annette Colby, author of "Body Redesign: Goal Setting Secrets for a Thinner, Happier You"
About the author
Amy Barth is a thriver possessing a passion for girls and women who need to be set free in their mind and their hearts. Her background is in social work and she founded Safe Girls Strong Girls in 2005--an organization committed to breaking the silence of childhood sexual abuse and giving girls their voices back. Camp CADI is the only camp of its kind where girls can heal and just be girls again. She is the author of several books including "Annabelle's Secret" and "101 Tips For Survivors of Sexual Abuse: A Pocket Book of Wisdom."
For more information, visit www.AmyJBarth.com
From Loving Healing Press, www.LovingHealing.com
Self-Help: Eating Disorders - General
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Loving Healing Press
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Published on
Sep 1, 2009
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Pages
34
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ISBN
9781615990016
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Language
English
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Genres
Psychology / Psychopathology / Eating Disorders
Self-Help / Eating Disorders
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Amy Barth
If you're a survivor, it's important to take one day at a time. Let "101 Tips for Survivors of Sexual Abuse" be your companion in healing and you'll be reminded of the strength and wisdom that's already inside you. This book will help you celebrate the good days and develop solid coping strategies for the bad times. Most importantly, this book will remind that you're not alone and it was never your fault.
Acclaim for "101 Tips For Survivors of Sexual Abuse: A Pocket Book of Wisdom"
"You can never have too much support as a survivor. Amy's little pocket book is great to carry around to remind yourself that you can all thrive after sexual abuse."
--Dr. Patti Feuereisen psychologist and author of "Invisible Girls: The Truth About Sexual Abuse"
"101 Tips for Survivors of Sexual Abuse has excellent ideas and thoughts to build up your self-esteem and give you courage for your journey."
--Marjorie McKinnon, founder, The Lamplighters and author of "Repair Your Life: A Program for Recovery from Incest & Childhood Sexual Abuse"
"101 Tips for Survivors of Sexual Abuse used as an adjunct to recovering from sexual abuse at any age can help guide the survivor toward releasing emotions and breaking the internal silence of trauma."
--Barbara Sinor, Ph.D., author of "Gifts From the Child Within" and "An Inspirational Guide for the Recovering Soul"
"I have just read 101 Tips. Every one of them fits my 30 years of experience in this field."
--Fr. Heyward B. Ewart, III, Ph.D., Sacred Heart Counseling Center, Author of "Am I Bad? Recovering From Abuse"
About the author
Amy Barth's background is in social work and she founded the Safe Girls Strong Girls in 2005. SGSG is a nonprofit committed to breaking the silence of Childhood Sexual Abuse (CSA) and giving girls their voices back. One SGSG project is Camp CADI, a one-of-a kind camp where girls can heal and just be girls again. Amy is the author of several books including "Annabelle's Secret."For more information about the author, please visit www.AmyJBarth.com
From Loving Healing Press, www.LovingHealing.com
Self-Help: Abuse - Sexual
Amy Barth
Annabelle has a secret. When she was seven years old, she was approached by a neighborhood boy and invited into a "secret club." Unfortunately, this club was just a ruse for thirteen-year-old Joel to groom Annabelle for abuse. A few years later, when Annabelle turns eleven, she finds some bad feelings have returned for her.
Experts Acclaim for "Annabelle's Secret"
"Amy Barth's Annabelle could be just the 'friend' a sexually abused child needs, and it models just what parents should to do if their child shares about sexual abuse. A great little resource for children, parents, schools, therapists, treatment agencies, and prevention programs."
--Karen R. Nash, LCSW
""Annabelle's Secret" is a well-written and beautifully illustrated book for children that tells the difficult tale of Annabelle, what happened to her, and what she did to stop the sexual abuse that she was experiencing. The book is written in a straightforward yet compelling manner that exposes the excruciating situation that far too many children experience. This book is a welcome and needed addition to the tools that we have for children and families and service providers for dealing openly about child sexual abuse."
--Pamela Pine, PhD, MPH, Founder and CEO
Stop the Silence: Stop Child Sexual Abuse, Inc
""Annabelle's Secret" supports important issues regarding sexual abuse that may arise in a young girl's life. Written like a comforting letter from a survivor, the young reader will become aware of the importance and safety to report any encounters. The book is simply written and in understandable terms for any 6 to 9-year old. The information is concise, yet heartening and loving. Annabelle's Secret should be read with a parent present to encourage dialog about this significant subject."
--Irene Watson, author of "The Sitting Swing: Finding Wisdom to Know the Difference"
"Annabelle relates a story that reconfirms what I have observed over many years. Abused children, male or female, universally believe that it is their fault. Their self-image is mangled; they need to tell the truth; and they must get help from someone who knows how to treat such an injury to the soul."
--Fr. Heyward B. Ewart, III, PhD, "Author of Am I Bad? Recovering From Abuse"
To learn more, please visit www.AmyJBarth.com From Loving Healing press www.LovingHealing.com
Juvenile Fiction: Social Issues - Sexual Abuse
Amy Barth
If you're a survivor, it's important to take one day at a time. Let "101 Tips for Survivors of Sexual Abuse" be your companion in healing and you'll be reminded of the strength and wisdom that's already inside you. This book will help you celebrate the good days and develop solid coping strategies for the bad times. Most importantly, this book will remind that you're not alone and it was never your fault.
Acclaim for "101 Tips For Survivors of Sexual Abuse: A Pocket Book of Wisdom"
"You can never have too much support as a survivor. Amy's little pocket book is great to carry around to remind yourself that you can all thrive after sexual abuse."
--Dr. Patti Feuereisen psychologist and author of "Invisible Girls: The Truth About Sexual Abuse"
"101 Tips for Survivors of Sexual Abuse has excellent ideas and thoughts to build up your self-esteem and give you courage for your journey."
--Marjorie McKinnon, founder, The Lamplighters and author of "Repair Your Life: A Program for Recovery from Incest & Childhood Sexual Abuse"
"101 Tips for Survivors of Sexual Abuse used as an adjunct to recovering from sexual abuse at any age can help guide the survivor toward releasing emotions and breaking the internal silence of trauma."
--Barbara Sinor, Ph.D., author of "Gifts From the Child Within" and "An Inspirational Guide for the Recovering Soul"
"I have just read 101 Tips. Every one of them fits my 30 years of experience in this field."
--Fr. Heyward B. Ewart, III, Ph.D., Sacred Heart Counseling Center, Author of "Am I Bad? Recovering From Abuse"
About the author
Amy Barth's background is in social work and she founded the Safe Girls Strong Girls in 2005. SGSG is a nonprofit committed to breaking the silence of Childhood Sexual Abuse (CSA) and giving girls their voices back. One SGSG project is Camp CADI, a one-of-a kind camp where girls can heal and just be girls again. Amy is the author of several books including "Annabelle's Secret."For more information about the author, please visit www.AmyJBarth.com
From Loving Healing Press, www.LovingHealing.com
Self-Help: Abuse - Sexual
Amy Barth
What is wrong with Will?
Will is a typical six-year-old boy: he loves to tell "knock-knock jokes," collect bugs, and play with other kids. On most school days, Will goes to Nana Winnie's until his mom returns from work. Will enjoys having his Nana as a babysitter. Recently, Nana's cousin Perry has come to visit and suddenly Will no longer wants to go there. He starts having nightmares, acting out in school and wetting his bed. Will's parents are worried. What is wrong with Will?
Experts Acclaim for "Will the Courageous"
"As a parent, what should you do if your daughter or son told you that she or he had been sexually abused by someone? Thesubject of this book is certainly not a pleasant thing to read or talk about, but it is defi nitely one that needs to be discussed.Author Amy Barth, who has an extensive background in social work, deals with her material in a delicate and age-appropriateway. Amy Barth's books would be an excellent resource to encourage any child who has experienced sexual abuse. It couldalso be used in controlled situations to introduce the topic in an effort to instruct children how to avoid becoming a sexualabuse victim."
--Wayne S. Walker, "Home School Book Review"
"Will the Courageous supports important issues regarding sexual abuse that may arise in a young person's life. Writtenlike a comforting letter from a survivor, the young reader will become aware of the importance and safety to reportany encounters. The book is simply written and in understandable terms for any 6 to 9-year old. The information isconcise, yet heartening and loving. Will the Courageous should be read with a parent present to encourage dialog aboutthis significant subject."
--Irene Watson, author of "The Sitting Swing"
"Will the Courageous relates a story that reconfirms what I have observed over many years. Abused children, male orfemale, universally believe that it is their fault. Their self-image is mangled; they need to tell the truth; and they mustget help from someone who knows how to treat such an injury to the soul."
--Fr. Heyward B. Ewart, III, PhD Author of "Am I Bad? Recovering From Abuse"
For more info see www.AmyJBarth.com
From the Growing with Love Series at Loving Healing Press www.LovingHealing.com
JUV039210 Juvenile Fiction: Social Issues - Sexual Abuse
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