Emotional Weight: Change Your Relationship with Food by Changing Your Relationship with Yourself

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Putnam, 1993 - Self-Help - 231 pages
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This underground classic teaches how to change your relationship with food by changing your relationship with yourself. Dr. Sundermeyer shows how the heaviness of negative thoughts and repressed emotions produces emotional weight, and how feeding the mind positive thoughts and practicing positive attitudes can create respect for emotions and the body.

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Contents

Feed Your Mind the Right Thoughts
3
Youre Only Human
31
Getting to the Root of the Problem
73
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Colleen A. Sundermeyer, Ph.D., has a master's degree in psychology, a doctorate in nutrition, and fifteen years of professional experience treating weight problems. The author of Emotional Weight and coauthor of Eat No Evil Cookbook, Dr. Sundermeyer lives in Rancho Mureta, California with her husband and two sons.

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