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One Survivor’s Strategies for Saying “No!” to an Eating Disorder

September 7, 2021

 

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Faith Elicia, who has been on a seven-year path of recovery from an eating disorder joins eHealth Radio and the Addiction Prevention Channel. Her new book, Do You See What I See?, is an interactive workbook of personal reflections, strategies, and tools for anyone suffering from an eating disorder.


Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Faith Elicia discuss the following:

  1. What inspired you to write Do You See What I See?
  2. What is self-care, a term often spoken about in eating disorder recovery?
  3. Why is self-care so important when recovering from an eating disorder?
  4. What have you found to be the most beneficial tool to aid you in your recovery?
  5. How much do you think societal pressures play into disordered eating?
  6. Do you believe a person can recover from an eating disorder alone?

Faith Elicia has been on a seven-year path of recovery from an eating disorder. When not managing her husband's medical practice or handling things for one of her three kids, she escapes to the confines of her home office to write romance fiction (published under a pseudonym). Her new book, Do You See What I See? (July 15, 2021), is an interactive workbook of personal reflections, strategies, and tools for anyone suffering from an eating disorder.

 

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Website: https://faithelicia.com

Social Media Links:
Facebook: https://facebook.com/Faith-Elicia
Instagram: @faitheliciag

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