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French toast for breakfast : declaring peace with emotional eating

Author: Mary Anne Cohen
Publisher: Carlsbad, CA : Gürze Books, ©1995.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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"This is a warm and compassionate guide to understanding the emotions that underlie eating problems: shame, anger, guilt, sexual difficulties, and the fear of success. Clearly written for people concerned about food and weight issues, it is intended to help readers see food as their friend and nourisher, not their enemy."--BOOK JACKET. "French Toast For Breakfast is filled with practical exercises, dialogues from  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mary Anne Cohen
ISBN: 0936077220 9780936077222
OCLC Number: 32344703
Description: 270 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Introduction: Declaring Peace is an Inside Job --
1. The Fear of Fat: Decoding the Obsession --
2. Shame and Intimacy --
3. Sexuality and Self-Expression --
4. Anger and Assertiveness --
5. Overcoming the Fear of Success --
6. Addiction: When You are Powerless --
7. No More Diets, No More Deprivation --
8. Habits: Breaking the Chains that Bind --
9. Psychotherapy: Getting Help with Healing --
10. Medication, Mood, and Mallomars --
11. How to Plan Your Own Path --
12. Relapse: Lessons Along the Path --
13. Questions & Answers.
Responsibility: Mary Anne Cohen.

Abstract:

"This is a warm and compassionate guide to understanding the emotions that underlie eating problems: shame, anger, guilt, sexual difficulties, and the fear of success. Clearly written for people concerned about food and weight issues, it is intended to help readers see food as their friend and nourisher, not their enemy."--BOOK JACKET. "French Toast For Breakfast is filled with practical exercises, dialogues from actual therapy sessions, straight-forward answers to common questions, an in-depth comparison of treatment options, and a look at relapse - how to prevent it and what to do if it occurs. It also includes a unique questionnaire to help readers determine which path to peace is best for them."--Jacket.

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