2020.12.3 | Reimagining Yourself: Setting Goals and Making Changes | 1:30p.m. to 3p.m.
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Food addiction can show itself in many different ways. We thought we lacked willpower or self-discipline. Many of us
had self-discipline in other areas of our lives, but not with food. Or if we sometimes restrained our eating while on a diet,
it never lasted very long.
We heard people express feelings of low self-esteem, fear, doubt, insecurity, shame, guilt, and hopelessness around
their relationship with food. We hated to admit that we had a problem and that we were not “normal” with food. Over
time we became aware that these were symptoms of food addiction.
If you, or someone you know has a problem with food, join us to learn about our 12 step program and how we can
About the Panel
Panelists are FA members in recovery – people who have suffered for years with food related issues, have tried
to manage these issues unsuccessfully on their own, and have found recovery. FA members with at least 2 years
of relief from food concerns will be onsite to explain FA, how it works and the physical, mental and spiritual benefits
Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous (FA) is a program based on the Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA).
There are no dues, fees, or weigh-ins at FA meetings. FA is a fellowship of individuals who, through shared
experience and mutual support, are recovering from the disease of food addiction.
FA members are people of all ages from every part of the world. FA includes people who were morbidly obese,
substantially underweight, or even at a normal weight. Regardless of their size, they were tormented by cravings,
dieting, bulimia, and/or an obsession with exercise.