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Eating Disorders

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  • Craveby Cynthia M. Ph.D. Bulik

    Bloomsbury Publishing 2010; US$ 15.99

    February 2007, a landmark clinical study by researchers at Harvard University was published in Biological Psychiatry and was soon picked up widely by the media. A survey of 3,000 participants found that 2.8 percent of them suffered from binge eating disorder (BED); that women were twice as likely to report binge eating; and that BED occurs across... more...

  • embodyby Connie Sobczak; Elizabeth Scott

    Gürze Books 2014;

    Embody: A Guide to Celebrating Your Unique Body (and quieting that critical voice!) brings to life the work of The Body Positive, a non-profit organization founded in 1996 by Connie Sobczak and Elizabeth Scott, LCSW. This book?s message is rooted in the philosophy that people inherently possess the wisdom necessary to make healthy choices and to... more...

  • Mooseby Stephanie Klein

    HarperCollins 2009; US$ 12.99

    Stephanie Klein was an eighth grader with a weight problem. It was a problem at school, where the boys called her "Moose," and it was a problem at home, where her father reminded her, "No one likes fat girls." After many frustrating sessions with a nutritionist known as the fat doctor of Roslyn Heights, Long Island, Klein's parents enrolled her for... more...

  • Insatiableby Erica Rivera

    Penguin Group US 2009; US$ 15.00

    A raw and engrossing memoir of a young mother's addiction to eating disorders and her struggle toward health-now in paperback. At twenty-four, Erica Rivera appeared to have it all: a B.A., two daughters, a successful husband, a house in the suburbs-and a great body. But under the surface, Erica was struggling with an addiction. She developed... more...

  • Women Conquering Depressionby Susan Nolen-Hoeksema

    Henry Holt and Co. 2010; US$ 18.99

    From the author of Women Who Think Too Much , a groundbreaking book that uncovers a hidden source of depression in women today Depression is a common and debilitating problem among women, though it rarely occurs in a vaccum. As Susan Nolen-Hoeksema?s original research shows, overthinking?a tendency to ruminate on problems rather than to seek solutions?often... more...

  • Brave Girl Eatingby Harriet Brown

    Little, Brown Book Group 2011; US$ 21.60

    Millions of families are affected by eating disorders, which usually strike young women between the ages of fourteen and twenty. But current medical practice ties these families? hands when it comes to helping their children recover. Conventional medical wisdom dictates separating the patient from the family and insists that ?it?s not about the food?,... more...

  • Brave Girl Eatingby Harriet Brown

    Little, Brown Book Group 2011; Not Available

    Millions of families are affected by eating disorders, which usually strike young women between the ages of fourteen and twenty. But current medical practice ties these families? hands when it comes to helping their children recover. Conventional medical wisdom dictates separating the patient from the family and insists that ?it?s not about the food?,... more...

  • A Girl Called Timby June Alexander

    New Holland Publishers (Australia) 2011; US$ 9.99

    A Girl Called Tim as a memoir is a shocking account of a rural Australian childhood, but also a heartfelt chronicle of living with a mental illness, abuse, rejection, love, hope and resilience. It is a story of reclaiming an identity lost in childhood. more...

  • Thinby Grace Bowman

    Penguin Books Ltd 2007; Not Available

    Bright, popular, pretty and successful, Grace Bowman had the world at her feet. So what drove her to starve herself nearly to death at the age of 18? And what, more importantly, made her stop? A grippingly honest account of life with anorexia nervosa, A Shape of My Own is Grace's hearbreaking, shocking and, finally, inspirational memoir. An... more...

  • Women Food and Godby Geneen Roth

    Simon & Schuster UK 2011; Not Available

    Millions of us are locked into an unwinnable weight game, as our self-worth is shredded with every diet failure. Combine the utter inefficacy of dieting with the lack of spiritual nourishment and we have generations of mad, ravenous self-loathing women. So says Geneen Roth, in her life-changing new book, Women, Food and God. Since her 1991 bestseller,... more...