Books in category Self-Help – Eating Disorders

  • A Starving Madness

    A Starving Madness
    Judith Ruskay Rabinor

    These compelling tales of seven women and one man are a revealing look at the complexity of eating disorders, the process of psychotherapy, and the healing power of the relationship between therapist and client.

  • Desperately Seeking Self

    Desperately Seeking Self
    Viola Fodor

    The intimate dialogue that forms the basis for "Desperately Seeking Self" is between a therapist and a client with bulimia–a composite character based on the many patients Viola Fodor has helped in her practice.

  • Soulfood das Kochbuch f├ r achtsamen Genuss

    Soulfood – das Kochbuch f├╝r achtsamen Genuss
    Ilse-Maria Fahrnow, J├╝rgen Fahrnow

    In seinem neuen Kochbuch greift das Autorenpaar Fahrnow zur├╝ck auf den uralten Erfahrungsschatz der TCM und ├╝bersetzt die Lehre in moderne, genussvolle Rezepte, die K├Ârper, Seele und Geist in Balance bringen.

  • Binge Free Triumph Over Binge Eating

    Binge Free – Triumph Over Binge Eating
    Robert Dave Johnston

    Together with a series of lifestyle changes that I suggest, this book gives you the goods straight from the experience of a food addict that survived the assault of binge-eating disorder.

  • Eating Disorders

    Eating Disorders
    Tania Heller, M.D.

    This guide to eating disorders for teenagers, their families, and others involved in their lives defines what the diseases are, considers who suffers from them and why, discusses the warning signs and complications, and covers associated …

  • Psycho Cybernetics

    Maxwell Maltz

    Previously published Wiltshire, 1967. Guide to personal health and success

  • Anorexia Nervosa

    Anorexia Nervosa
    Janet Treasure


  • Anorexia Nervosa

    Anorexia Nervosa
    Lindsey Hall, Monika Ostroff

    Answers common questions about anorexia, provides insight from recovered anorexics, and offers information on healthy eating and weight

  • I ve got Something to Say

    I’ve got Something to Say
    Dr. Dee Honeycutt

    This is a book to expand health and wellness awareness in the community.


    Jocelyn Golden

    From violent self-abuse to feelings of despair as her cries for help went unanswered, author Jocelyn Golden's Learning To Be Me chronicles her battle and ultimate victory over one of the most silent, misunderstood, and deadly eating …

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