Skinny Thinking: Five Revolutionary Steps to Permanently Heal Your Relationship with Food, Weight, and Your Body
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Skinny Thinking: Five Revolutionary Steps to Permanently Heal Your Relationship with Food, Weight, and Your Body

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HERE'S HOW YOU WILL BENEFIT: Learn to make wise food and eating choices, permanently change the way you eat and think about food, end your weight struggle forever and free yourself from food worries, learn to accept your body.
ebook, 297 pages
Published April 1st 2010 by Morgan James Publishing (first published November 3rd 2009)
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If you watch television commercials about weight loss, you’ll notice that they all state that their product will fill you up or they assure you that you won’t feel hungry. I’ve always thought this a bit silly, almost all of the people I know overeat because they use food as a comfort. Hence the term comfort food. Whether you are feeling sad, tired, frustrated, or celebrating something good, food is always there. It’s not about filling the stomach, it’s about filling a need.

Of course there are s...more
Not really my kind of self-help book but in my skimming, I did come up with some tidbits I can use.
Kimberly Morghan
So far I've read the introduction and am reading the chapter on the first step. I'm mixed on the book. The author is offering some good insights and combining together a bunch of what I already know and agree with and some ideas I've read in other books and been less comfortable with; e.g. - the Ego being the source of all that ails us and that we can solve all problems by living fully in the present - sigh... I mean, I just want to learn to have a healthier relationship with food - not become a...more
I don't read diet books. They don't work or they try to make you eat certain kinds of food and avoid others, but this was only 99 cents, so I thought I would try it. This book never suggests particular foods we should give up other than to say we need to cook things that are better for us. I believe I have found enough tips in it to finally stay on track with my eating. I will keep it available on the Ipad so I can go back to it for reinforcement. Parts of it don't apply to me, but I will take w...more
Might be good for people with weight-related health issues. For the average person who just wants to be learn how to eat in healthy ways, there's not a lot of useful information.
For all the new-age lingo, this book offers remarkably sound advice.
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“You eat to get happy, feel bad for indulging, and then eat more to escape your emotional discomfort. I’m sure you’ll agree—this isn’t the most constructive strategy.” 1 likes
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