Insight, Guidance and Support in Our Changing Times
I strongly feel that many women (and some men well) are expressing this unconscious need to balance their internal landscape, as well unconsciously try to find balance in a world that is more male oriented, by food addictions such as compulsive eating or other eating disorders.
Alternate Beauty - By Andrea Rains Waggener A must-read book! See the explanation under my first category above; Books.
The Diet Cure - By Julia Ross. Anyone with an eating disorder should read this book, no questions asked, and stop self-blame.
Marion Woodman Foundation - Woodman was one of the first to speak and write eloquently as a therapist with many eating disordered clients, seeing the deeper meaning for many in relation to the Divine Feminine emerging.
Overeaters Anonymous - This is a spiritual (not religious) approach to solving food addiction, based upon the same book and principles as Alcoholics Anonymous. Members chose their own definition of a Higher Power. While OA doesn’t work for everyone, it has helped many.