It is time to stop using food to fill emotional hunger and pain. While food compulsion is sometimes considered the accepted “addiction,” it doesn’t have to be your problem. Be encouraged. You can break free from compulsive overeating, feel better, enjoy life and live longer.
- Recognize the signs and dangers of compulsive overeating and binge eating.
- Review biblical guidelines for healthy eating and self-control.
- Learn to live in freedom from the compulsion to overeat.
SURRENDER! FIND FREEDOM AS YOU ALLOW THE HOLY SPIRIT TO CHANGE YOU AND FILL THE EMPTINESS IN YOUR LIFE.
About the Author:
Dr. Linda Mintle is a licensed clinical social worker. Having taught at Eastern Virginia Medical School and Regent University, Dr. Mintle is currently adjunct faculty at Wheaton College’s Graduate Psychology Program. She writes a monthly column in Charisma magazine, contributes to SpiritLed Woman and New Man magazines and speaks nationally at conferences, on television and radio.