Fat Is a Family Affair: How Food Obsessions Affect Relationships

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Hazelden, May 1, 1991 - Self-Help - 200 pages
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Resentments - old grudges, bitter memories, simmering anger - can be triggers to a relapse. This workbook provides exercises to help identify and defuse resentments. Includes 10 suggestions to end resentments and action plans for working through barriers

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<p>Dr. Ronald T. Potter-Efron is a clinical psychotherapist. He has a M.S.W from the University of Michigan and a Ph.D. in sociology from Purdue University. A former university professor, he specialises in the treatment of addictive disorders and anger and resentment counselling. He also is active in training professional counsellors. He taught at an experimental college for eight years, and has trained in gestalt therapy techniques.</P><P> Ronald is the author of <em>Shame, Guilt and Alcoholism: Treatment Issues in Clinical Practice</em>. </p>

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