Dieting: A Dry Drunk (Google eBook)

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Universal-Publishers, Dec 1, 2000 - Health & Fitness - 216 pages
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Just as there are guidelines and information that help a newly dry alcoholic shift from the depression and resentment of a "dry drunk" to the acceptance and enjoyment of sobriety, this book will offer direction and insight to those problem eaters still suffering from a dieting mentality--their own brand of a dry drunk Whereas dieting can create a bondage to the insanity of a "dry drunk," abstinence from random, compulsive, overeating or undereating can offer "sobriety"--a sane and sound way to address and arrest addictive eating. Just as alcoholics can now be offered the hope and promise of recovery, people with any and all expressions of eating disorders can also be invited to believe that they, too, can experience a full recovery.
  

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Jackson, through 25 years of her personal recovery, has emerged as a pioneer in the understanding of eating disorders as an addictive disease.

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