Recent books and magazines have questioned whether or not it's possible to break free of addictive behaviors and live a healthy, balanced life. Caroline Miller answers that question with a resounding "yes." She first chronicled her recovery from bulimia in her groundbreaking 1988 autobiography "My Name Is Caroline, " one of the first books ever published about the subject. Despite the book's success and her newfound physical health, Miller still faced serious financial and emotional challenges. In this book, she describes how work, motherhood, and a healthy balance of eating and exercise ultimately led to a lasting recovery. As she recounts her journey, Miller counsels and empowers readers, encouraging them to set goals, persist through setbacks, find their voice, and create lasting joy. Her story is one that resonates not only with those struggling with eating disorders but with all readers struggling to maintain a healthy balance between work, life, and family.