Hot & Heavy: Finding Your Soul Through Food and Sex

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Health Communications, 1998 - Health & Fitness - 300 pages
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Finally, there is help for sexy, overweight women. In this groundbreaking book, Dr. Judi Hollis explores the connection between overeating and sexuality and shows women how to seek sexuality in the bedroom, not the kitchen. Hot & Heavy will help women who are still playing the game of pretending food will quell their erotic desires by showing them how to substitute the satisfaction of the palate with the delights of good, conscious sex. Women will discover how to allow sensuality to expand their spiritual consciousness, how to fulfill their insatiable appetite by acknowledging the relationship between sexual boredom and psychological hunger, and how to become closer to themselves and their own true natures through honoring their sexuality. Readers will learn how to lust healthily instead of eating ravenously.

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Contents

Conscious Coitus
1
Its No Trauma
55
Dating Mating Sating
107
Copyright

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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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