It was an Alternate Selection for the Literary Guild, and won plaudits around the world for its raw, uncensored look at a disorder that few understood or knew how to treat when it was published. “Feeding the Soul” (Bantam 1992) and “Bright Lights for Dark Days” (Bantam 1994) followed, and all were translated into multiple languages.
In 2009, Caroline published a groundbreaking book in the field of Positive Psychology and goal setting, “Creating Your Best Life.” As the first evidence-based book that linked these two scientific theories, the book earned a red star in the Library Journal, and is used in educational settings around the world, along with being a mass market bestseller.
In 2013, Caroline published “Positively Caroline,” the sequel to “My Name is Caroline,” which is the first autobiography to detail getting into 30 years of bulimia recovery and staying there.
She recently did a TEDx talk called “The moments that make champions” that is gaining momentum online.
To see and listen to the entire transcript of the radio show, click here.