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What happens when your dear friend says, “You’re obese, and I’m terrified for you”? Do you walk out the door? Do you stop... listen... and start an honest conversation?

Friends with a Cause: Choosing Health Over Obsession, Obesity, and Food Addiction with Diane Smith

Diane Smith shares her personal stories of how a book collaboration with Mika Brzezinksi led to a discovery of food obsession, health issues, and the power of friendship.

Monday, June 10, 2013
at The Riverhouse at Goodspeed Station
55 Bridge Road, Haddam

7:00 p.m. Wine and Hors d’oeuvres Reception
7:45 p.m. Friends with a Cause: Choosing Health over Obsession, Obesity, and Food Addiction

Reserve your seat today at http://middlesexcountycf.org/events/food-for-thought/

Diane will be available to sign copies of Obsessed: America’s Food Addiction and My Own.

Proceeds of the event support the Community Foundation of Middlesex County’s Sari A. Rosenbaum Fund for Women & Girls – supporting programs and services empowering women and girls in Middlesex County.

Sponsored by Best Cleaners.

Diane Smith is an Emmy Award winning TV journalist, radio talk show host, author, and speaker. Diane is president of Diane Smith Media, and the anchor and senior producer for program development at CT-N, the Connecticut version of C-SPAN. Six books have been published based on Diane’s very popular “Positively Connecticut” TV series.

Diane collaborated with Mika Brzezinski on Obsessed: America’s Food Addiction and My Own. Diane and Mika are telling their stories and creating honest conversations about their personal battles with food as well as bringing national attention to the realities of food addiction, obesity, and eating disorders.

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