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Shut Up, Skinny Bitches!

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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
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Kindle Edition, 164 pages
Published (first published October 1st 2010)
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Rachel
I want to start by saying that the majority of the information in this book was not new to me. I knew I had heard it with a healthier mindset at some point in my life. And yet, it felt new. It stuck with me and I can't say exactly why.

Tone played a big role in what I liked about this book. It was authoritative but approachable. I could imagine how Rago was like as a mental health professional. Her writing is warm, comfortably irreverent, genuine, and empathetic and those work for me. They aren'
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Alyssa
“Shut Up, Skinny Bitches!” is a book about why diets don’t work and how they actually cause disordered eating. It tells the reader to eat food, not too much, but not too little, and if you are craving a cupcake, then have a cupcake. There should be no such thing as forbidden foods. They also describe the different types of eating disorders and the body image issues the people (including very young children) have formed because the media shoves these lies down our throats and brainwashes us into ...more
Sophia
This was absolutely fabulous apart from the bit on exercise, which for me personally was triggering, but I am rational enough to see that for someone who doesn't suffer from an eating disorder and the compulsion to exercise, it would probably be quite good information and advice.
France
The first chapters were good. But the following chapters I lost interest.
Jamie Lynn
Good info but knew a lot of it would recommend
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I'm a psychologist and the clinical director of Eating Disorders Services at Linden Oaks Hospital at Edwards. I'm the president of Rago & Associates Counseling Services in Naperville, Illinois, and I serve on the Board of Directors of ANAD (Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders).

Coca Cola, movie popcorn (with butter, of course), and cheeseburgers are my favorite foods.
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