Getting Better Bit(e) by Bit(e): A Survival Kit for Sufferers of Bulimia Nervosa and Binge Eating Disorders Paperback – Illustrated, 15 Sep 1993
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"... clearly written, from a wealth of practical experience, and does indeed provide the sufferer with a 'survival kit' on the road to recovery. It can be recommended not only to sufferers, but to professionals dealing with these patients, and to family and friends who wish to become involved in the recovery process." - Anne Ward, Behaviour Research Therapy
"... an excellent book, and a model for self-help manuals. The basics of bulimia nervosa and other binge eating disorders are explained in clear and simple language." - Padma de Silva, Sexual and Marital Therapy
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Whilst the book is clearly written; easy to understand and gives a great deal of information and advice regarding binge eating disorders, I think it would be unlikely to help anyone unless they are either highly motivated or are using the book in addition to counselling or psychotherapy.
The book makes clear that it is not aimed towards helping to understand why the eating disorder developed, however, I feel it would have been helpful to have included more information regarding causes within the snippets of real life examples that are given. For this reason, whilst I found the book interesting it left me with a feeling that something important was missing.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great book. Needs updating but I'm pretty sure there is a new edition. Helpful for people experiencing disordered eating, and for me as a counsellor. Recommended.Published 4 months ago by Miss N Davies
The reader needs to complete the exercises to gain the most benefit from this book, and use the worksheets to record patterns.Published 20 months ago by Sal
Interesting read but not comprehensive. I would have liked various treatment options outlined. Good but limited.Published 21 months ago by Avid reader
I think this book is overpriced. I wouldn't recommend it, not worth the money. I hope there are better books aroundPublished on 30 May 2014 by ca