Jill's Story: A couple of months ago, my husband and I were talking about doing a Healthy eating plan together. We looked at Paleo but didn't care for the core beliefs behind it. My husband then started looking at Christian meal plans. He came across Grace and Strength Lifestyle, I know this was not by accident. I went to the site and immediately I knew this was something I wanted to be part of. So, I submitted my name and Cyndi Benson called me.
Stephanie's Story: I have struggled with my weight at least since those awkward teenage years, or perhaps before that. I have tried many of the diets out there, whether fads or legitimate healthy eating plans, and yo-yo'd up and down the scale over the years, each time, gaining more weight. As life has gone on, I've learned that as we get older, our bodies don't want to shed those extra pounds as easily as they did in our 20s. I know I'm an emotional eater...
Vicki's Story: When I decided to join the Grace and Strength Lifestyle program, I really had no idea what I was about to experience. My entire life I have been an emotional eater. Whenever I was feeling sad or nervous or hopeless, I would turn to food. Food became my god and it was an all-consuming deity. It plagued my thoughts and poisoned my mirror. Every time something happened in life that brought tragedy or discomfort, I would turn to food to make me feel better.
Wendy's Story: "I'm desperate…" Those were the words I sent to Grace and Strength back in the spring. That is truly how I felt. Desperate. Desperate to regain my health and to not feel embarrassed- even ashamed for what I had let happen to myself. I was at an all-time high weight. I felt sick a lot; not just physically but, also emotionally. I was on the verge of a depressed state. I wanted to withdraw from my activities at church and avoid going around people.
Sharlene's Story: My story deals more with my heart than my physical appearance. I was never overweight growing up but I recall family members saying to me, "you're putting on a little weight there sissy", so lies began to creep in that I wasn't acceptable if I was "fat". As a senior in high school I wanted to please God but wanted to be with friends more which is when the partying and binging started. By the end of my senior year I had put on 15 lbs. ... family members were getting concerned.
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