Shut Up Skinny Bitches!: The Common Sense Guide to Following Your Hunger and Your Heart

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NorlightsPress, Aug 1, 2010 - Body image disturbance - 151 pages
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Stop dieting and start loving yourself! If you can't stomach one more day of being told you're too fat, then you're ready to try some delicious new brain candy. Skinny is not the cure! Thin is NOT in. There's nothing wrong with you! There never was. Authors Maria Rago, PhD and Greg Archer want you to do one thing: Shut up, and eat! And have fun doing it. Let compassionate guides Maria and Greg show you how listening to your hunger and fullness cues, eating foods you love, and honoring yourself are the best nutrition for your body, mind, and soul.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Shut Up and Eat
3
Epic Fail Dieting
11
Follow Your Hunger
29
The Thing About Exercise
39
Shut Up About Hating Your Body
51
The Scale Is Not Your God
61
Whos Managing Your Food You or Your Emotions?
71
Shut Up About Excluding Guys
85
Invisible to the Eye Eating Disorders
99
Shut Up And Go Do Some Service
125
Our Savory Critique of the Book Skinny Bitch
135
End Notes
145
About the Authors
151
Copyright

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Greg Archer, OCD is Editor-in-Chief of Mainstreet Media’s GTweekly. His profiles on celebrities, and health and eco patriots—near and far—have appeared in Oprah Magazine, The Advocate, Bust and The Huffington Post. He also writes about the arts for the San Francisco Examiner and moonlights as a certified Spin instructor. Mocha chais, Polish dumplings (with melted butter, of course) and thin-crust Chicago-style pizza make him very happy.

Maria Rago, Ph. D. is a psychologist and the clinical director of Eating Disorders Services at Linden Oaks Hospital at Edwards. She is president of Rago & Associates Counseling Services in Naperville, Illinois and serves on the Board of Directors of ANAD (Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders). Coca Cola, movie popcorn (with butter, of course) and cheeseburgers rank as her favorite foods.

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