Recognizing a healing resource is part of achieving and sustaining recovery. More, it's part of celebrating and nourishing your life. Articles and discussions here guide you to the many forms a healing resource can take. This includes: animals, wilderness areas, recovery books, class experiences, affirmations, tips to help you tolerate and grow through strong emotional experience, workbooks exercises, private time, treatment programs and more.

Healing Your Hungry Heart Seminars - What Do You Think?

Writing Healing Your Hungry Heart could not leave me unchanged. Reviewing my own journey through bulimia to recovery, I hear in my mind the voices of women telling me their stories over the years. I see their faces.

Writing Healing Your Hungry Heart

Writing Healing Your Hungry Heart was an amazing journey for me.

For those of you who are not writers, please know that writing a book is not about sitting down and writing a book.  Some of it is, of course.  But much of is writing a few paragraphs and then questioning those words. 

Is that true?

Is that a fair statement?

Healing Your Hungry Heart Journey:

If you have or had an eating disorder you or women like you have been sharing questions, life stories, struggles, catastrophes and triumphs with me for thirty years. When I add my personal disastrous and then recovery experiences to yours, it adds up to a lifetime of listening, thinking, feeling, learning and sorting my way through the eating disorder labyrinth.  

Praise for Joanna Poppink’s Healing Your Hungry Heart


 “Finally—a book that speaks beyond the stereotype of eating disorders as the ‘little girl’s disease,’ reaching out to women who have lived with these devastating disorders for years, and offering practical, sound, and insightful advice on how to begin, and sustain, real recovery.”

—Marya Hornbacher, author of Wasted: A Memoir of Anorexia and Bulimia


Who's Online

We have 28 guests and no members online

Copyright © 2022