Thursday, January 11, 2007

Don't miss this series

I am so excited about this series that I can hardly type quickly enough to expend the energy of enthusiasm I feel as I pass this information along to you!

Kristen is sharing on her blog, her very real and personal experience with Anorexia. Kristen's Mom, Dawn, is simultaneously posting, from a mother's perspective, about her journey with her daughter's struggle with this life threatening eating disorder. Please, click over to these blogs and be blessed by both of these women as they share their perspectives regarding a very relevant topic. And remember, this is National De-lurking week.....leave a comment! When bloggers use their blogs for such poignant matters, you must leave a comment! :)

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

I've been over to Dawn's...thanks

Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing the links - ha, I checked them and almost did a delurking from yours - so distracted with trying to move & all. My friend is contemplating a book with both mother/daughter's perspective in a healing walk from prescription drug addiction on the daughter's part. No one has ever done that, but people are starting to and its going to be tremendous help to people.

Dawn said...

Kev and I could do one, too! He is a great writer, with such a story!

Marybeth Whalen said...

Thanks for your very kind comment... I appreciate what you said... I only share what I have personally struggle with when I wrote, and the easy button post was certainly true of that! Glad to find you here in the blogosphere!

Anonymous said...

You're so sweet. And so encouraging. :-)

Dawn said...

Thanks for your very kind and helpful comments! It has been a really good experience, and educational, and emotional, and and and. . .

Anonymous said...

This series that Kristen and Dawn are writing together is so moving. I've been following both of them for quite some time and truly had no idea they'd gone through this challenge.

There's something about this that's bringing out the best in both of them - both their writings are the best they have done. Honestly, this series could be published as a book.

It's wonderful that 5 Minutes For Mom has endorsed it. I'm sure there are people out there who are going to be helped by reading this honest account of what this was like from both the victim's point of view and her mother's.

It's an amazing series.

Anonymous said...

I've been following their stories, too, Diane.

Thanks for the comment. I have a new post up. It's a Girl!

Happy weekend!

Diane

Anonymous said...

Appreciate your comments and coming by...blessing this cold morning...10 degrees from Texas.