For millions of women counting the calories and fighting the flab, this book brings good news - they don't have to do it any more. It shows that it is possible to break free of the guilt trip and the diet trap, and start to feel happy with your body the way it is. Mary Evans Young, who is Director of Diet Breakers, and founder of International No-Diet Day, suggests that if you can change your mental attitude you can change your life. Tackling the insecurities and pressures faced by women about dieting, she offers an alternative. With many case-histories, and practical help and advice, the book shows that you can be healthy, feel great, and reject the tyranny of thinness for ever.
Ageing with Attitude - a guide for baby boomers not ready to hang up their boots, is Mary Evans Young's third book. It is filled with helpful suggestions and intriguing research, aiming the reader towards authenticity, satisfaction and peace. You might just find yourself humming a golden oldie in the process.
Mary has always followed her heart in her career - from receptionist (her first ambition), to community worker, staff development trainer, coach, psychotherapist, agony aunt and writer. The heart of her work has been about improving things - for herself, others and the planet. And yes, having fun along the way. When she is not writing Mary loves facilitating workshops on topics from the book.