RIO RANCHO, N.M., Jan. 2, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- For those who struggle with compulsive eating, the focus on food during the holiday season can trigger overeating. Then the pressure to shed unwanted weight in the New Year can often be a stress trigger that leads to guilt, depression, embarrassment and even more eating and unwanted pounds.
Overeaters Anonymous (OA) can provide much-needed support and a path to recovery for individuals who struggle with food addiction. Built on a twelve-step program patterned after Alcoholics Anonymous, OA offers a program of recovery from compulsive eating using a three-fold approach that addresses individual physical, emotional and spiritual well-being.
To learn more about New Year's resolutions and what you can do differently this year, tune into Sound Bites from Overeaters Anonymous — A 12-Step Solution to Compulsive Eating on January 9th at 1 p.m. Pacific Time, online on Voice America. In this episode, OA will answer listener questions about the OA program and what they can do now to make a difference in their approach to eating and food all year long.
"The Sound Bites from Overeaters Anonymous radio program has enabled us to share first-hand the struggles compulsive eaters face while still maintaining the anonymity of our members," said Naomi Lippel, Managing Director for Overeaters Anonymous. "Our January 9th program will be live so we'll be taking questions and comments from our audience about New Year's resolutions and what they can do differently this year."
Sound Bites from Overeaters Anonymous can be found on Voice America at Sound Bites from Overeaters Anonymous. For more information on the show or on Overeaters Anonymous, contact Tina Carroll at email@example.com or call 636-328-0216.
About Overeaters Anonymous: Overeaters Anonymous, Inc. (OA), is a non-profit organization with the goal of supporting its members as they seek recovery from compulsive eating behaviors. More than 50 years since its founding, today OA serves about 54,000 members in over 75 countries. For more information, go to www.oa.org.
Contact: Tina Carroll
SOURCE Overeaters Anonymous