What Others Are Saying About Real Recovery: What Eating Disorder Recovery Actually Looks Like

With every week that passes, I realize how much closer we’re getting to the release of Real Recovery: What Eating Disorder Recovery Actually Looks Like. I’m insanely excited for you to read this book, which you can do on February 22, 2022! If you want to pre-order my book, just click here to sign-up for the pre-order list!

I could talk about this book for a very long time, but I feel like you’ll enjoy hearing some other people’s thoughts. You know Erin Davis and Naomi Vacaro, right? They’re a couple of my wonderful endorsers who shared their thoughts about Real Recovery. To see all my endorsements, you’ll have to join the pre-order sign-up list and read the book! Stay tuned for the cover reveal!

Here’s What Erin Davis Had to Say About Real Recovery:

If you’ve ever let a single pound gained ruin your day, this book is for you. If you’ve ever seen food as your enemy and thinness as your very best friend, this book is for you. If you’ve looked to programs, websites, apps, or do-better-mantras to help you overcome your battle with an eating disorder only to find yourself stuck in the same destructive patterns, this book is for you.

Because all women struggle with disordered eating patterns and all people look to the wrong sources for hope, this book is for all of us. In her raw book Real Recovery: What Eating Disorder Recovery Actually Looks Like, Grace points us to the only Source of true hope and lasting change, Jesus and His Word. Let her story inspire you to open your Bible and live a life freer in Christ.

—Erin Davis
Author of Graffiti: Learning to See the Art in Ourselves, plus many other books
Co-author of Fasting & Feasting: 40 Devotions to Satisfy the Hungry Heart
Bible Teacher

Here’s What Naomi Vacaro Had to Say About Real Recovery:

God created our bodies and the food that fills them to reflect His beauty and goodness. And yet, sin and Satan are constantly trying to twist God’s design into something poisonous. This is the broken reality of living with an eating disorder, and Grace knows that better than most. Her book offers a raw, starkly honest, and desperately needed glimpse into the dark valley of anorexia, also providing truly helpful advice for those walking the long path of recovery. Her words will encourage, convict, and point you to Jesus every step of the way.

—Naomi Vacaro
Author of Quiet: Creating Grace-Based Rhythms for Spending Time with Jesus
Founder of the Wholehearted Quiet Time community

Thank you to Erin, Naomi, and my other endorsers who have supported me in my writing journey so far!

Be devoted to one another in brotherly love; give preference to one another in honor, not lagging behind in diligence, fervent in spirit, serving the Lord; rejoicing in hope, persevering in tribulation, devoted to prayer, contributing to the needs of the saints, practicing hospitality. (Romans 12:10-13 NASB)

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