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Constance Rhodes – an expert on helping women with eating disorders, Constance provides valuable insight and experience for those who are struggling with their body image and self esteem. According to statistics, 3 out of 4 women have an unhealthy relationship with food, here are some of the takeaways from our interview with Constance.

Food doesn’t need to be treated with moral values – it’s not”good” or “bad” it’s just food –
Most eating disorders begin in the pre-teen or tween years and go into adulthood
Dads should be careful to affirm their daughters importance and value beyond their appearance or looks.
Parents need to be aware and active in understanding how their kids feel about food and their physical appearance
Constance Rhodes is the founder of FINDINGbalance, a national nonprofit based in Franklin, Tennessee whose mission is to release women and girls from food issues and negative self-image so they can more fully pursue God’s purpose for their lives. She is the author of Life Inside the Thin Cage: A Personal Look into the Hidden World of the Chronic Dieter, and The Art of Being: Reflections on the Beauty and the Risk of Embracing Who We Are. A former marketing director for what is now Capitol Christian Music Group, Constance’s experience in the entertainment business had a strong influence in the early shaping of FINDINGbalance as a media-based ministry.

A frequent media guest, she has appeared on PBS, Good Morning Texas, At Home Live, Chris Fabry Live and Focus on the Family. She is a respected speaker on themes of eating disorders, body image, recovery, and life/spiritual balance and has shared stages with a variety of influencers including Britt Nicole, For King and Country, Priscilla Shirer, Annie Downs and George Barna. Constance lives in Franklin, TN with her husband AJ and their three children, Christian (17), Asher (14) and Sophia (11).