When Women Stop Hating Their Bodies: Freeing Yourself from Food and Weight Obsession

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Random House Publishing Group, Dec 22, 2010 - Self-Help - 384 pages
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What do you think would happen if women stopped hating their bodies? We would . . . .
* Learn to eat when, what, and how much our bodies need.
* Overcome our fear of not dieting.
* Look in the mirror and like what we see.
* Decode our fat talk to reveal our real concerns.
* Stop trying to measure up to society's ridiculous and impossible standards of female beauty.
* Learn to accept ourselves -- our bodies as well as our feelings -- unconditionally.


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About the author (2010)

Jane R. Hirschmann, CSW, is a psychotherapist who for the past thirty-six years has specialized in the treatment of children and adults with compulsive eating problems. She co-authored Overcoming Overeating and When Women Stop Hating Their Bodies with Carol H. Munter. Formerly, she was on the faculty of the New School for Social Research. Currently she is co-director of the National Center for Overcoming Overeating. She has trained professionals concerned with the treatment of eating problems, lectured, toured extensively, and appeared on national television and radio discussing her approach to this nation's eating dilemma. She lives in New York City and has raised three daughters with this method.

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