The Victorians Top 15 FAVORITE Eating Disorder Recovery Books!

Whether you’re a Victorian client,
parent or still on the journey to find your own eating disorder recovery, you
must know that knowledge is power in combating this disease. In honor of the
fall weather that is rolling into Southern California we thought we would give
you a list of some of our favorite eating disorder recovery books. These books are treasures
and have been included in Victorian book clubs, meetings and some are the
foundation of our recovery program. Many of the authors are highly accomplished and
respected professionals in the eating disorder field. Please take a look at the
list and head on over to your local Barnes & Noble or Amazon.com to pick
one (or a few) up!

Happy Recovery,

Irvina

 

50 Ways to soothe yourself without food 50 Ways to Soothe Yourself Without Food 

By: Psy.D Susan Albers

 

Anorexics & Bulimics AnonymousAnorexics & Bulimics Anonymous: Fellowship & Stories 

By: Faith Farthing

 

Brave Girl Eating Brave
Girl Eating: A Family’s Struggle with Anorexia

By: Harriet Brown

 

Breaking Free from Emotional Eating Breaking
Free from Emotional Eating

By: Geneen Roth

 

Eating in the Light of the Moon Eating in the Light of the Moon: How Women Can
Transform Their Relationship with Food Through Myths, Metaphors, and
Storytelling

 

By: Anita Johns PhD

 

Gaining Gaining
– The Truth About Life After an Eating Disorder

By: Aimee Liu

 

Goodbye ED hello me Goodbye
Ed, Hello Me: Recover from Your Eating Disorder and Fall in Love with Life

By: Jenni Shaefer

 

Life Doesnt begin 5 pounds from nowLife
Doesn’t Begin 5 pounds from Now

By: Jessica Weiner

 

Life Without ED Life
without ED

By: Jenni Shaefer

 

Starved Starved
– Mercy for Eating Disorders

By: Nancy Alcorn

 

The 12 Steps and 12 Traditions of OA The Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions of Overeaters Anonymous

By: Overeaters Anonymous

 

Eating Disorder SourcebookThe
Eating Disorder Source Book

By: Carolyn Costin

 

Thin Thin

By: Grace Bowman

 

WastedWasted: A Memoir of Anorexia and Bulimia

By:  Marya Hornbacher

 

Why Weight Why Weight? A Guide to Ending Compulsive Eating 

 

By: Geneen Roth

 

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