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Twelve Steps For Overeaters: An Interpretation Of The Twelve Steps Of Overeaters Anonymous Paperback – January 1, 1993
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One of the reviews I read sounds like it was written for another book as the content in the review was not related to any of the people or subjects contained in this book.
... On to what I have to say about this book. This is positively one of the greatest books I have read for overeaters. This is not a diet book, but a healing tool, and a spiritual tool using the twelve steps.
In many ways compulsive overeaters or binge eaters are like alcoholics. It is a compulsive disorder that has so little to do with food. We eat to "stuff" our pain, hurt, anger, fears, regrets, sorrows and disappointments.
Using the tools in this book and going to Overeaters Anonymous I have been binge free for two months. I haven't had any sugar during that time. At one time these both really did seem impossible. But thanks to this wonderful book and the help of OA I am healing. If you have problems with binge eating or compulsive overeating I think this book is well worth the money and more.
Elizabeth L.'s take on the Twelve Steps was equally a gem. I worked through the entire book this summer when working through the 12 steps with my sponsor for my third time through the steps. The book provided a fresh perspective of the steps, many aha moments. It would be useful both for someone familiar with the OA literature, and would also be accessible to a reader working on their own on their compulsive eating.
The explanation of each step was perhaps 10-17 pages long, clearly written, useful information on the mental readiness and surrender required in each step. Good questions to the reader and writing prompts for each step are included.
Thank you for a book that gives a fresh perspective on the 12 steps. It really opened my eyes and spoke to me as a compulsive overeater.
Anonymous. It was very, very helpful. It explained some things
that I did not understand.
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Very helpful, especially when in a group you stop and discuss things that you don't qiute get or really impact you. Discussing with a small (4-5) has been very beneficial.Published 4 months ago by Jackie Eborall
Bought for a very brief experience with OA until I realized they were faith-based and not for me. Found the literature, including this book, nonsensical.Published 6 months ago by Emily's Mom