Love Yourself Thin: The Revolutionary Spiritual Approach to Weight Loss

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Signet, Dec 16, 1998 - Health & Fitness - 317 pages
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Finally, you can have a body that you know is gorgeous. Victoria Moran has discovered the ultimate way to control weight and develop consistent positive self-esteem with her "Love-Based Diet" -- based on the principles of a 12-step program. This program reveals how physical, emotional, and spiritual aspects of your life can be employed to help you stop being a problem, binge, or compulsive eater. Moran also tells you where to find delight in your life and how to stop obsessing about food so you can stop using it as a dangerous drug. You'll love yourself and your life with the "Love Yourself Thin" plan!

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User Review  - Gloria - Goodreads

This has a definite spiritual tone throughout and Moran draws direct analogy to the 12-step program outlined by AA. This is more about self-esteem and not so much about specific diet and exercise guidance. She uses a gentle writing style. Read full review

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User Review  - Elaine - Goodreads

The more I read the more I enjoyed the concept of of meditating and asking a greater power for help. Read full review

Contents

Acknowledgments
11
Chapter Two The Body and the Spirit
31
Chapter Four Looking In Reaching Out
72
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About the author (1998)

Victoria Moran is the author of the bestselling "Creating a Charmed Life" and the weight-loss journal "Body Confident".She lectures around the world on well being and practical spirituality and has maintained a sixty-pound weight loss for nearly two decades.

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