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“Restored”: A Poem

“Restored”: A Poem

Feebly I bowed my head Arriving at the edge of the cliff I breathed in despair Exhaled despondency Floating numbly I slipped Surrendering into the abyss Somehow I heard Your whispering To me "Finally"...as Your heart Gently secured my frozen soul Took away all...

Susan’s Testimonial

Susan’s Testimonial

It wasn’t until Susan was older that she realized alcoholism ran in her family. This is because, though a functioning alcoholic, her father provided well for their family and she had a stable home life. This made it difficult to see that there were problems growing...

Sister Margaret’s Testimonial

Sister Margaret’s Testimonial

Like many who struggle with eating disorders of some kind, Sister Margaret can trace the start of her unhealthy relationship with food to being sexually abused at the age of three. “In OA (Overeaters Anonymous) meetings, I hear the same story about sexual abuse. A...

“Restored”: A Poem

“Restored”: A Poem

Feebly I bowed my head Arriving at the edge of the cliff I breathed in despair Exhaled despondency Floating numbly I slipped Surrendering into the abyss Somehow I heard Your whispering To me "Finally"...as Your heart Gently secured my frozen soul Took away all...

Susan’s Testimonial

Susan’s Testimonial

It wasn’t until Susan was older that she realized alcoholism ran in her family. This is because, though a functioning alcoholic, her father provided well for their family and she had a stable home life. This made it difficult to see that there were problems growing...

Susan’s Testimonial

Sister Margaret’s Testimonial

Like many who struggle with eating disorders of some kind, Sister Margaret can trace the start of her unhealthy relationship with food to being sexually abused at the age of three. “In OA (Overeaters Anonymous) meetings, I hear the same story about sexual abuse. A...