Self-esteem Comes in All Sizes
Carol Johnson once thought of herself as an "un"--unattractive, undisciplined, undesirable, unmotivated, undeserving, uninvited--but no more! Having struggled since childhood with diets, low self-esteem, and the prejudices of others, she has come to believe that being overweight does not make you bad, lazy, or less deserving of happiness. And it has become her mission to make other people understand that their weight is not a measure of their self-worth.
"From the Trade Paperback edition.
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Self-esteem comes in all sizesUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
According to Johnson, it's okay to think big. The buxom therapist and founder of Largely Positive, a support group for overweight women and men, offers inspiration to anyone whose dieting has failed yet again. Need we add that the publicist expects this book to be big? Read full review