In this week’s episode we’re chatting with Eileen Wilder about:
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Eileen is a bestselling author, life-coach, and pastor on team at Capital City Church, who loves helping women gain confidence and go further, faster.
Like many, Eileen suffered the “triple-threat” of eating disorders, depression and severe anxiety attacks for years. After finding the 4 Steps and learning how to pivot negative thoughts toward truth, she achieved radical, lasting changes in her confidence, mood and weight. This book is the “how to”guide that was the foundation for her astonishing transformation.
Now through her Biblical success coaching, she teaches women thought containment, mood mastery, and other proven strategies that will enable them to become the fearless, bold, hot versions of themselves that has always existed within.
My husband and I listened to you podcast about body dysmorphia today. We were returning from a visit with our 16 year old daughter who is in residential treatment for anorexia. We have been battling this illness for 5 years, using both family based treatment and residential treatment.
On a different note, I really liked what you had to say about how your natural gifts for care and love for others were crowded out by your paralyzing thought life. I hope I can help my daughter with this side of her illness. It is very encouraging to know stories of success and freedom. Thank you for sharing your story.