Significance Spotlight: Michelle Myers

MichelleMyersMichelle Myers is my featured person in this month’s “Significance Spotlight.”  Michelle has an incredible story of  strug­gle and overcoming life threatening anorexia and obses­sive over-exercise.   She found hope and healing out of her addic­tion and credits her restoration to health through a real rela­tion­ship with God and an under­stand­ing of His plan for her life.

Listen now to my interview of Michelle Myers as she talks about her journey into grace and hope to truly live out her purpose in life:

Click Here – Craig Holiday’s Interview With Michelle Myers

With low self esteem and consequential poor treatment of her body in the past, Michelle has transformed her life and the life of others by focusing on healthy eating and proper exercise and fitness.   You can read about her jour­ney in her book, The Look that Kills: An Anorexic’s Addic­tion to Control.


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Michelle Myers


With a Bach­e­lor of Arts in Com­mu­ni­ca­tion Stud­ies and a minor in Psy­chol­ogy from The Uni­ver­sity of Ten­nessee in Knoxville,TN,  Michelle went on to earn a Mas­ters of Arts in Chris­t­ian Edu­ca­tion (Women’s Min­istry Con­cen­tra­tion) from South­west­ern Bap­tist The­o­log­i­cal Sem­i­nary in Fort Worth, TX.  Passionate about ministry to others and helping people heal their own wounds through finding a relationship with Christ, Michelle has become a purpose filled woman determined to lead others to life transformation.



Listen now to my interview of Michelle Myers as she talks about her journey into grace and hope to truly live out her purpose in life:

Craig Holiday’s Interview With Michelle Myers
There are warning signs to be aware of regarding anorexia.

  1.  When weight drops below 85%-90% of the normal weight recommended for your height.  (Also children and teens should be gaining weight as they grow and mature.  Even if you don’t notice rapid weight loss during adolescence, lack of weight gain could be a warning sign as well.
  2. Intense fear of gaining weight or becoming fat.  (Pay attention to how they behave around people with weight problems.  Most people will not come out and admit a fear of being fat, but you can learn a lot by seeing how they treat people who are overweight.)
  3. Constantly thinking about food.  (Calorie counting, spending abnormal amounts of time reading books and magazines about nutrition, planning all meals in advance, refusing to eat anything without knowing exactly what is in it, spending so much time talking and thinking about food, but never branching out and eating anything out of their set routine.)
  4. Menstrual cycle disappears.  (Body fat is not high enough for their body to ovulate.  If a woman couples anorexic behavior with obsessive exercise, loss of menstrual cycle may occur before reaching a dangerous weight due to their high activity level.)
  5. Distorted perception of body image.  (Complaining about certain body parts or the way their clothes fit, comparing themselves to others, insisting that they need to lose weight, etc.)
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