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The Art & Science of Rational Eating

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هنر و علم عاقلانه خوردن، نخستين كتابي است كه علل زيست شناختي و روان شناختي مشكلات انسان در زمينه خوردن و طرز استفاده از اصول درمان عقلاني هيجاني و درمان شناختي رفتاري در اين رابطه را شرح مي دهد.
آلبرت اليس ، ابداع كننده درمان عقلاني هيجاني و درمان شناختي رفتاري به همراه همكارانش مايكل آبرامس و ليديا دنگلجي در اين كتاب به اختلالاتي مثل پرخوري عصبي و كم خوري عصبي نيز مي پرداز
Paperback, 343 pages
Published January 1st 1992 by Barricade Books
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برای من فصل 5 (دیدگاه جامعه در مورد چاق ها) و فصل 6 (چه وزنی زیباست؟) واقعاً تجربه ی تازه و بی نظیری بود و به جرئت میتونم بگم جزو بهترین شناختهایی بود که با مطالعه به دست آوردم. اما در مورد کسانی که میخوان با خوندن این کتاب برنامه ی رژیم غذایی و لاغری اجرا کنن پیشنهاد میکنم اول با اصول کار الیس آشنا بشن و بعد سراغ این کتاب بیان. آشنایی با الفبای تئوری الیس باعث میشه بهتر کتاب رو فهمید
Sep 08, 2009 Steve rated it it was ok
Shelves: psychology
The message of this book is that most human beings are genetically predetermined to be fat by the current standards of society( there is a lot of truth to this). You can try to lose weight, but you will most likely fail to keep it off, so you are better off not trying to lose weight and accepting yourself as you are. Should you be foolish enough to try, the authors offer some diet tips mixed in with REBT (cognitive therapy) all while reminding you that failure is likely.

The authors only give the
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Pretty typical effort from Albert Ellis. I'm discovering that most of his works are a combination of brilliant ideas paired with sometimes embarrassingly sloppy execution. Ellis's basic REBT theory and his ABC(DEF) model of attacking refuting irrational beliefs is extremely helpful. However, the application of those ideas to the concept of eating and weight loss is not always successful. I liked the way the authors suggest that some of us (who are only 10-15% over weight) may be better off accep ...more
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Albert Ellis (September 27, 1913 – July 24, 2007) was an American psychologist who in 1955 developed Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT). He held M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in clinical psychology from Columbia University and American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP). He also founded and was the President of the New York City-based Albert Ellis Institute for decades.

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“Life is indeed difficult, partly because of the real difficulties we must overcome in order to survive, and partly because of our own innate desire to always do better, to overcome new challenges, to self-actualize. Happiness is experienced largely in striving towards a goal, not in having attained things, because our nature is always to want to go on to the next endeavor.” 17 likes
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