This post hits very close to home. I too struggle with food addiction. If you know me well you probably already know but this kind of issue can go unnoticed. I feel so strongly to share this message of hope those who are struggling with ANY addiction. I wanted to create something to help spread the message of hope in someone’s life. I wanted to share with anyone who struggled that, yes, life is hard, but it is NOT impossible. It’s is not going to be easy but it’s doable and it can be a beautiful life. Jamie shares her triumph and struggle with food addiction and that addiction is a life-long struggle but it is a struggle you don’t have to go through alone.   If you struggle with food addiction, here are some resources for you:

Websites:

Brene Brown PhD  Watch her TED talk speech

www.recoverywithfoodaddiction.blogspot.com

www.addictionrecovery.lds.org

www.bin/geeatingdisorder.com

 

The Optimistic Food Addict Facebook Page Dr.Christina Greer

Books:

Women Food And God Geneen Roth

The Pleasure Trap Dr. Alan Goldhamer

The Gifts of Imperfection

 

  • March 18, 2015 - 5:41 am

    mom - Love this! Great job!!!!!!!!

black and white rolliecord camera

Years ago, like when I was about 14, I wrote in my journal that I wanted to become a professional photographer. I expressed my deep need to do something that I loved when I grew up. I don’t know if that was just a teenage dream or if I actually knew myself well enough to know that if I worked in an office or did something I hated I would quite literally shrivel up and die.

Now, age 30, I have never felt so passionate about that same dream. I feel incredibly blessed that I can now call myself a professional photographer, that I can truly say I enjoy what I do for a living and that people love my work. What a dream come true! Woot!

I’ve been setting up my office space and wanted a huge image of what got the dream going in my mind when I was just 14 years old. A rollie camera. It was my grandpa O’Connor’s camera and I LOVED it. I want it to stand out over my computer as a reminder that dreams to come true and why I do what I do.

If you are passionate about photography or just think it’s a cool pic, you can download this rollie camera printable and hang it where it will inspire you!

Have an awesome day!

Janea

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Janea Greene Photography’s 2015 High School Senior Models

I am beyond thrilled to announce Janea Greene Photography’s first ever senior model program! These girls are SO amazing, SO fun and SO excited to be a part of JGP’s team! If you would like to book your session, email me at janeagreene@gmail.com. Lots more coming your way including a new VIDEO! Yay!!

S U B S C R I B E !