Audio Stories 2018
These are the stories of how some of our members came to find a solution to their food obsession in Addictive Eaters Anonymous. Our membership is diverse with people coming to the fellowship from a variety of backgrounds, and these stories represent the experience, strength and hope of individual AEA members. Any opinions expressed in these stories are those of the individual speakers, and not necessarily those of AEA as a whole.
Please see our Meetings Page for details of face to face meeting times and venues. We also have regular AEA Web Events where AEA members share their experience, strength and hope online. Participants can join the web event from their phone, desktop, mobile and tablet devices. All are welcome. See details of the next AEA Web Event.
"I ate in secret" - November 2018
"I always felt different" - October 2018
"Something in me was beaten" - August 2018
"Not just a woman’s problem" - July 2018
"My life was so exhausting" - June 2018
"Willingness came from taking action" - May 2018
"I never thought I'd be free" - April 2018
"I didn't know how to do life" - March 2018
"I stole and hid food" - February 2018
"I pretended everything was okay" - January 2018
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