Why Your Wedding Dress Isn’t THAT Important with Brooke Heberling

Brooke Heberling

Brooke Heberling is a multi-faceted woman, a regular contributor to Recovery Warriors, the marketing director and ambassador of Manna Fund, a teacher, and a devoted mother of two. She has written numerous popular articles in which she honestly and openly shares her story and insight in recovery, like why she trashed her wedding dress. Tune in and learn about Brooke’s story of bravery and how it has helped her truly grow to understand that her calling is to promote the freedom and possibility of full recovery and the beauty that can develop after one fully grasps fighting for freedom from an eating disorder.

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What You’ll Learn from my interview with Brooke Heberling

  • How Brooke learned to be her true self on social media
  • A story of how she came out of the closet (literally) about her ED to her husband
  • Why she trashed her wedding dress
  • How parents with eating disorders can impact their children
  • Her faith and how it strengthened her recovery

 Favorite Quote

Do not conform to the standards of this world, but let God transform you inwardly by a complete change of your mind. ~Romans 12:2

Favorite Recovery Resources

Warrior Moment

Eating the huge portion of a homemade poptart that my husband packed me for breakfast yesterday.

Definition of Recovery according to Brooke Heberling

Joy!

For Your Journey

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2 Comments

  1. Avatarsays: Kim

    I found this to be the most inspirational and moving Podcast yet! I’ve listened to it three times and counting. Brooke’s story was so heartbreaking and I could relate to so much of it, a recovery inspiration. Xx

  2. Brooke Heberlingsays: Brooke Heberling

    Wow… it may not seem like it, but it is terrifying for me to be so open… and this comment has made the worry, anticipating, and doubts of – should I – just melt away for the moment! Thank you for your support, Kim. It is nice to not feel alone in this crazy thing called life. Xoxo -Brooke

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