Losing Your Pounds of Pain
Through therapeutic work with hundreds of clients, Dr. Doreen Virtue, a psychotherapist specializing in eating disorders, came to understand how various degrees of emotional and physical abuse caused her clients to turn to food for comfort, security, and even self-punishment. Although many were convinced that once they lost their excess weight, their pain would be over, just the opposite was actually true: First they had to lose their pain, then their weight would leave them! Through visualization, affirmations, imagery, meditation, and healthful eating and exercise habits, Dr. Virtue shows you how you can break the damaging connection between emotional pain and overeating to uncover your true, natural self by shedding the false skin of unhappiness.
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In this short, easy-to-read book aimed primarily at women, the author writes from her own experience as an abused wife and compulsive overeater, as well as her experience counseling clients with the ... Read full review
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Breaking Out of SelfMade Prisons
Stop the World I Want to Get Off Stress and Stress Eating
Playing Doctor Isnt Childs Play
Unwanted Advances Psychological Sexual Abuse
Violated at Home
Adolescent and Adulthood Sexual Traumas
Breaking the PoundPain Cycle
Can Therapy Help Me?
Listening to Food Cravings
Eating in Secret Eating in Shame
Liquids Thirst Water and Alcohol
Weighing InAsking for Trouble or Facing the Truth?
Keeping the Body and Spirit Light