The Optimistic Food Addict: Recovering from Binge Eating Disorder is born out of more than 30 years of suffering from food addiction. Not only does the author explore the roots of her food addiction, but she explores strategies for beginning lifelong recovery.
Advanced praise for The Optimistic Food Addict...
"What a victory over addiction, abuse on so many levels, medical issues, indescribable loss. I see the stories of so many of my clients/sponsees in your story, I am anxious to recommend it."
--Kay Sheppard, Food Addiction: The Body Knows
To read more about The Optimistic Food Addict and to find support for food addiction, visit Christina's companion website at OptimisticFoodAddict.com.
After losing two children in infancy and surviving three miscarriages, Christina Greer, who suffers from Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) and secondary infertility, attempts one last time to become a mother. She keeps readers in suspense as she details her final and twentieth year of suffering through the “two-week wait,” the time period between ovulation and taking a pregnancy test. After announcing her pregnancy, Christina brings readers along as she goes through a harrowing high-risk pregnancy and traumatic birth. People who are struggling or have struggled through infertility or child loss will find hope in this true story of grief and joy on the road to motherhood.
Some select reviews of Two-Week Wait: Motherhood Lost and Found:
"As a woman with secondary infertility after her daughter died of SIDS, I found this book to be truly relatable. I hadn't ever read a book about secondary infertility after infant loss before. I found her memoir healing to read and inspiring." --Melissa Miles Carter, Joy, Interrupted: An Anthology of Motherhood and Loss
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