Lysa TerKeurst

New York Times bestselling author and president of Proverbs 31 Ministries

Asheritah beautifully lays out a spiritual battle plan for those struggling over a fixation with food. Full is the reminder that your soul was made to crave God above all else!

Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth

Author, teacher/host of Revive Our Hearts

Food is both a great gift from our good Creator and a terrible taskmaster that keeps many of us in perpetual bondage. Asheritah invites us to break free from food fixation, to honor God and enjoy Him in our food choices, and to find true satisfaction in the fullness of His grace.

Ruth Soukup

New York Times Bestselling Author of Living Well, Spending Less and Unstuffed.

Equal parts practical and inspiring, Asheritah balances the perfect blend of soulful encouragement and real-life application. Diving straight into the heart of the matter, Full is a book any woman who has struggled with a food fixation needs to read.

William E Brown, PhD

Senior Fellow for Worldview and Culture, The Colson Center for Christian Worldview

It is embarrassing. While much of the world struggles to find enough food every day, many of us compulsively eat way beyond the point of being full – and we obsess about what we will eat next. The reasons for this food fixation, as Asheritah Ciuciu so compellingly demonstrates, are deeply spiritual and social. Ciuciu does not give easy answers. Her captivating style of writing immediately draws you into her story and the stories of others who share the struggle of food obsession.
This is not a simple book on how to eat right and lose weight. Her fine research into the psychology of food fixation and the biblical and spiritual roots of this preoccupation is captivating.
But she doesn’t stop there. She surveys the biblical perspective of God’s gift of food and how to celebrate and serve others with food.
An incredibly uplifting and hope-filled book, it is perfect for group study including discussion questions, assessment, and reflections.

Ann Marie Aponte, M.A., PC

The Professional Counseling Group

As a Christian counselor I am constantly reading and lining my bookshelves with helpful resources for current and future clients. I searched for many years to find a resource that holistically addressed the topic of food addiction (fixation) to no avail. After reading Full, I am convinced that it is the resource I have been needing and a vital resource for all Christian counselors to help individuals and groups break free from food fixation and grow deeper in their walk with Christ. Asheritah compels readers to explore and uncover the spiritual and emotional roots of food fixation while also providing practical application steps towards health and wholeness. Full is refreshingly honest and compassionately convicting, addressing a topic that I have yet to hear preached from the pulpit in 20 plus years of regular church attendance and yet one that every soul is hungry to hear. Whether you believe you or someone you love struggles with food fixation or not, this book will challenge you to seek Christ above all else and find sustaining satisfaction in Him alone.

Wendy Speake

Co-author of Triggers and Life Creative

Every now and again a woman is brave enough to shine the light, full and revealing, into the darkest recesses of her own heart, with the hope of illuminating the same sin-tendencies bound up in the murky corners of other people’s private lives. That is what Asheritah Ciuciu has done in the pages of Full. As readers follow along on her journey to understand each misplaced craving, they can’t help but come face to face with the only One who can ever truly satisfy their own deep hunger!

Ashleigh Slater

Author of Team Us and editor of Ungrind

If you struggle with “food fixation” like I do, Full is a must-read. It’s vulnerably written, wonderfully practical, and it clearly points to the One who will always satisfy us more than our favorite comfort food.

Jennifer Dukes Lee

Author of The Happiness Dare

“Wow. She really gets it.” Page after page, I spoke those words aloud as I read this important book. If you have ever struggled with food, this book is for you. In Full, Asheritah thoroughly dismantles the lies we believe about food – and about ourselves – and then points us straight to the truth we find in Jesus. The book will set a lot of women free, and it will stir up within them a holy hunger.

Elisa Pulliam

Author of Meet the New You: A 21-Day Plan of Embracing Fresh Attitudes and Focused Habits for Real Life Change, and owner of the life coaching and leadership development company,

Asheritah Ciuciu brings to the table in her book, Full: Food, Jesus, and the Battle for Satisfaction, a transparent and absolutely relevant look at the real battle women face in their relationship to food. She pushes aside diet plans and counting calories to get the heart of the issue . . . the reality that we might have a food addiction, and, if nothing else, a misaligned pursuit of satisfaction in everything but Jesus. If your relationship with food has been a battlefield for you, and if you would like to take a biblical approach in pursuing victory, then you should hit pause on your diet while embracing the mindset shift Asherita unpacks in Full.

Michelle DeRusha

Author of 50 Women Every Christian Should Know and Spiritual Misfit: A Memoir of Uneasy Faith

Asheritah Ciuciu tackles the struggle with food addiction head-on, deftly weaving her own authentic, relatable story with keen spiritual insights, fresh readings of Scripture and concrete, practical wisdom. This book is a must-read for all those eager to break the chains of food addiction once and for all. Embark with Ciuciu on a life-transforming journey from guilt, shame and defeat to the freedom of finding true, sustaining satisfaction in God.

Deidra Riggs

Author of Every Little Thing and One: Unity in a Divided World

This book isn’t only about food; it’s also about worship. Full is a refreshing guidebook to help reframe your relationship with food as you draw closer to God. With practical solutions and gentle encouragement, Asheritah reminds us of this truth: food is a gift, and worship happens around a table.

Arlene Pellicane

Co-author of Growing Up Social: Raising Relational Kids in a Screen-Driven World

It just takes a few paragraphs to sense that Asheritah is a friend. I laughed and saw myself in her stories and I think you will too. This book will help you become more aware of your relationship with food while driving you closer to Jesus, the true Bread of Life.

Erika Dawson

Writer/Blogger at

Full is a book I will buy for my friends and sisters-in-law and small group girls. Not only is Asheritah relatable and honest, her book leads women from a place of defeat and despair to hope and freedom. You don’t have to struggle with food fixations, addictions, or strongholds any longer. Through Scripture, practical encouragement, and personal experience, Asheritah will lead you on a journey toward the true satisfaction, deep contentment, and lasting freedom that can only be found in Jesus. You will not regret reading this book.