OUR EXPERIENCE

Audio Recovery Stories

Hear how some of our members came to find a solution to their food obsession in Addictive Eaters Anonymous.

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JoanneNovember 2022
00:00 / 23:45
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HenrikNovember 2022
00:00 / 16:22
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JillOctober 2022
00:00 / 27:16
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VanessaOctober 2022
00:00 / 11:54
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AEA MemberSeptember 2022
00:00 / 11:37
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CarlaSeptember 2022
00:00 / 17:50

"I wanted to be really skinny" - August 2022

KateAugust 2022
00:00 / 26:44

"I hid the way I ate" - July 2022

TrineJuly 2022
00:00 / 11:56

"My life is no longer a battle" - July 2022

LynetteJuly 2022
00:00 / 26:34

"I was born with this disease" - June 2022

DiJune 2022
00:00 / 37:48

"I ate to feel better" - June 2022

PamelaJune 2022
00:00 / 12:11

"I was in danger of losing my life" - May 2022

AlanMay 2022
00:00 / 14:00

"I was always anxious and afraid" - March 2022

CelineApril 2022
00:00 / 24:18

"Life was an absolute mess" - March 2022

ClareMarch 2022
00:00 / 15:27

"I had no off switch for food" - February 2022

JanelleFebruary 2022
00:00 / 28:45

"A double life with food" - January 2022

SerenaFebruary 2022
00:00 / 11:25

"Finding something to be grateful to" - January 2022

JillJanuary 2022
00:00 / 25:25

"I used food to change how I felt" - January 2022

MeirionJanuary 2022
00:00 / 16:44

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Any opinions expressed in these stories are those of the individual members, and do not necessarily reflect those of AEA as a whole.