While a silent epidemic rages on, this book challenges the notion that the hook stems from the pleasures of the poison you pick.
Author: Robin H. Clare
Publisher: Beyond Publishing
Do you secretly struggle with addiction?Do you know the source of your addiction?For those wanting to finally once and for all break the cycle of addiction, this book is for you!Author Robin H. Clare struggled for 40 years with an obsessive food disorder with bulimia. During this time, she simultaneously lived both a traditional life, wherein she hid her addiction, and a profoundly spiritual life, where she developed her Divine nature.Clare's new #1 Amazon rated book Feast & Famine: Healing Addiction with Grace challenges the idea that our addiction epidemic is a substance or vice problem, proposing that it is, in reality, borne of a chronic suffering problem. To perpetuate our constant pain, we choose our poison, such as alcohol, drugs, food, social media, to name a few.Feast & Famine is a story of both addiction and recovery. It examines both bulimia and addiction in general. The book has a strong focus on the silent epidemic of food addiction for women and self-persecution by spiritual seekers.As a gifted spiritual author, Clare's guide for this book is Sophia, the Divine Universal Mother. Sophia's philosophy is that the primary addiction problem on the planet is an addiction to suffering and that by following Sophia's Divine Healing path as outlined in Clare's book, one can move from addiction to recovery.Robin Clare is available to be a guest on online forums, podcasts, and Zoom calls, as well as to speak to groups, associations, and to be a featured guest on panels. To learn more about scheduling Robin Clare for your next online or live event, please go to www.Clare-ity.com By embracing our inherent Divine nature, we can forego suffering and live a life of recovery and service. Grace is available to each one of us, regardless of our past mistakes. Now is the time to step forward into a life of joy, peace, love, and abundance.