Note from Jenni
When I was lost in my eating disorder, I didn’t want to sing. I didn’t even want to listen to music. I remember going for a few years without ever turning on the stereo in my car. And I love listening to music in my car. My eating disorder stole my passions — like music. Throughout the recovery process, I gained my passions back. Today, I am finally able to sing and enjoy music again!
Capturing Jenni Schaefer’s healing journey in Tennessee, this alternative country/pop CD includes seven songs that were written and produced by Jenni and hit songwriters in Nashville. The CD includes the popular singles, “Life Without Ed” (from her book Life Without Ed), “It’s Okay to be Happy” (from Goodbye Ed, Hello Me), and “She Blames Herself,” which is a powerful song about transforming sexual abuse (highlighted in Almost Anorexic). Jenni’s music has helped countless people in recovery from various afflictions and is often used by professionals in groups.
Most of the songs below are included on Jenni’s CD, “phoenix, Tennessee.” You can receive a free MP3 download of “Ramblin’ Rose” simply by joining Jenni’s newsletter.