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When Food Is Comfort

Julie M. Simon


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PUBLISHED: 12th April 2018
ISBN: 9781608685509
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A multifaceted new approach to weight loss, based on psychology, brain science, and the author's personal experience
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  • Paperback
    $28.00
PUBLISHED: 12th April 2018
ISBN: 9781608685509
ANNOTATION:
A multifaceted new approach to weight loss, based on psychology, brain science, and the author's personal experience

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A multifaceted new approach to weight loss, based on psychology, brain science, and the author's personal experience

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A multifaceted new approach to weight loss, based on psychology, brain science, and the author's personal experience.

Millions of people are trying to lose weight. But the ideas that overweight people are lazy, lack will power, or just love food hamper their success because the underlying reason for overeating is not addressed. Current science shows that a lack of consistent emotional nurturance in infancy and childhood, when the brain is being formed, train the brain to seek comfort and nurturance elsewhere, often in substances or behaviors such as food and overeating. The good news is that the brain can be re-trained. As the author details, emotional overeaters can - through simple, easily mastered skills - learn to self nurture. An Inner Nurturer, rather than something out there, becomes a reliable way to experience comfort, safety, and even joy - from within, rather than without.

Author Biography

Julie M. Simon, MA, MBA, LMFT, is a licensed psychotherapist and life coach with more than twenty-seven years of experience helping overeaters stop dieting, heal their relationships with themselves and their bodies, lose excess weight, and keep it off. She is the author of The Emotional Eater's Repair Manual and the founder of the popular Twelve-Week Emotional Eating Recovery Program. She lives in Los Angeles.

Product Details

Author
Julie M. Simon
Publisher
New World Library
Year
2018
ISBN-10
1608685500
ISBN-13
9781608685509
Format
Paperback
Subtitle
Nurture Yourself Mindfully, Rewire Your Brain, and End Emotional Eating
Country of Publication
United States
Media
Book
Publication Date
2018-04-12
Pages
304