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Understanding Your Eating: How to eat and not worr&hellip by Julia Buckroyd
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As a psychotherapist and recovered `emotional over-eater' myself I know from professional and first -hand experience that behaviour change in the form of diets and other quick fixes without searching for deeper insight means that any changes (for example weight-loss or a change of eating habits) are unlikely to be sustained in the longer term. Insight and self-knowledge, in my experience, is fundamental to promoting lasting change.
This book is not a quick fix (and disordered eaters should be wary of anything that claims to be a quick fix!) but should be taken as part of a lasting commitment to change as an act of self love. Those who use food to cope with their problems can find it… Read more

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