The Thin Books: Daily Strategies & Meditations for Fat-free, Guilt-free, Binge-free Living

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Hazelden Publishing, 1996 - Health & Fitness - 457 pages
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For years, The Thin Book and The Thin Book 2 have provided readers working on weight loss with inspiring messages to boost their sagging motivation. Now, readers can find both helpful resources in one compact, comprehensive guide. The first part is a topical guide to thin living that includes effective strategies and action plans for success. The second part includes 366 daily readings to help readers build their self-esteem with positive thinking, positive feelings, and positive doing. Readers can use this book every day to enhance their total weight loss program.
  

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Contents

Getting Started
7
Changing Your Attitudes
17
Changing Your SelfConcept
47
Changing Your Old Habits
79
ExerciseIts Your Time to Play
113
The Benefits of Positive Doing
121
A Note from the Author about Her Personal Health Plan
122
Maintaining Your New Lifestyle
129
February
198
March
219
April
243
May
266
June
289
July
311
August
334
September
356

Stick ing to It
131
What Keeps Getting You Down?
138
Take Charge of Cravings
146
Emotions
154
Up Against the Wall
169
Book II
173
January
175
October
379
November
403
December
426
Resources
451
Index
455
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About the author (1996)

Westin has pursued a lifelong interest in history, which has helped her research several of her familial lines back to the 1600s and one even to the 13th century kings of Scotland and England.

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