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Inner Harvest by Elisabeth L.

Inner Harvest

Description : Focuses on the issues of long-term recovery and the challenges of life after "abstinence," providing daily spiritual and emotional challenges and consolation for those suffering from eating disorders

Subtitle : Daily Meditations for Recovery from Eating Disorders

Authors : Elisabeth L.

Published Date : 1990-02-01

Publisher : Hazelden Publishing

ISBN : 9780894866111

Page : 400 Pages

Categories : Self-Help

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