Read with confidence…

There are tons of books out there about diet, nutrition, and eating issues, but some of them can create more confusion than clarity. Others may address the topic in ways that can trigger those battling food issues. Here are a few titles we’ve found particularly helpful for those seeking a balanced approach toward freedom, especially for those interested in a Christ-centered response to the issue.

– Constance Rhodes, Founder and CEO, FINDINGbalance, Inc.

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The Predatory Lies of Anorexia: A Survivor’s Story

Author: Abby Kelly
Audience: Those with eating disorders and those who love and/or serve them.

Table in the Darkness

Author: Lee Wolfe Blum
Audience: Those with eating disorders and those who love and/or serve them.

Life Inside the “Thin” Cage

Author: Constance Rhodes
Audience: Anyone struggling with food/weight obsession

Finding Balance with Food Curriculum

Author: Constance Rhodes
Audience: Women 18+ who want a healthier balance with food and body image.

Chasing Silhouettes: How to Help a Loved One Battling an Eating Disorder

Author: Emily Wierenga. Foreword by Gregg Jantz, PhD.
Audience: Parents, spouses and friends of someone with an eating disorder. Clinicians.

My Big Bottom Blessing

Author: Teasi Cannon
Audience: Women wanting freedom from the scale.

TrueFaced: Trust God and Others with Who You Really Are

Author: Bill Thrall, Bruce McNicol, John Lynch
Audience: Anyone who wears a mask and is interested in risking removing it...

Samson and the Pirate Monks

Author: Nate Larkin
Audience: Men struggling with sexual issues, and the women who love them.

Big Thighs, Tight Jeans

Author: Ann Capper, RD, CDN
Audience: Girls 9-12, their moms, educators...

The Art of Being

Author: Constance Rhodes, Switchfoot, Sara Groves and others.
Audience: Recovering Approval Junkies