Fat is a Family Affair: How Food Obsessions Affect Relationships
With more than half a million copies sold, Fat is a Family Affair is recognized as the benchmark text on family dynamics and eating disorders. Newly updated with current research, perspectives, and stories, this instructive and engaging guide provides the latest thinking, compassionate counsel, and step-by-step assistance to individuals who suffer from compulsive eating behaviors--specifically overeating and undereating. Judi Hollis is eminently qualified to offer guidance on this topic, having counseled families for more than 30 years and pioneered the nation's first Twelve-Step eating disorders treatment program.
Key features and benefits over 500,000 copies of the first edition have been sold features personal stories that validate readers' experiences ideal for overeaters, undereaters, and binge eaters as well as their loved ones
About the author Judi Hollis, Ph.D.., is a licensed marriage and family counselor with special training in addiction and sexuality. She maintains a private practice in New York City and teaches on a number of faculties. Dr. Hollis, who is in recovery from an eating disorder, has been counseling addicted families since 1967 when she helped to establish New York City's Phoenix House programs. In 1975, Dr. Hollis founded the HOPE (Helping Overeaters through People and Education) Institute, the nation's first addiction-model eating disorders hospital unit.
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Its a good book.
The author has tactfully used epigrammatic situations to make the victims of the obesity realize the PAID which they face in real life. It has also nicely talked about dieting which is also not good for every one. The chapters No to Food Yes to life and the fear of flying are motivating.
Relate to Recover
Whos the FO?
Whos the CP?
Why Are We Together?
Accept That Its Difficult
Extend the Family System
No to Food Is Yes to Life
Fear of Flying
About the Author
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