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"Informative, funny, and personal . . . Do yourself a favor and get this book. It might lead you to make a new friend--your own body." --Laurelee Roark, cofounder, Beyond Hunger
"Karen's story sheds new light on an area which is in tremendous need of greater understanding." --Marilyn Van Derbur Atler, author, Miss America by Day
"Fatlash! is a beautifully written, witty, and boldly personal perspective." --Julie Gunlock, senior fellow, Independent Women's Forum
"Karen puts a human face on food restriction and gives a powerful example of what not to do." --Bernard J. Baars, PhD, coauthor, Cognition, Brain, and Consciousness, 2nd Ed.
"A brave story of how Karen moved past being a prized show-pony living her mother's dreams and having been sexualized at an early age." --Nita W. LaFontaine, the first Miss Louisiana who was black; author, Finding My Voice: Living with the Loss of Don LaFontaine
Press Release: Denver, Colorado (PRWEB) November 27, 2012
Princess by Proxy: New Memoir Introduces Term to Explain Extreme Beauty Pageant Moms
With the phenonomena of Toddlers and Tiaras and Honey Boo Boo comes a breed of parent that has been around for decades but has never had a name. Now, the behavior of "pageant moms on steroids" is termed "Princess by Proxy" by Martina Cartwright, PhD, RD in a new memoir, Fatlash! Food Police & the Fear of Thin--A Cautionary Tale by Karen Kataline, MSW
Karen manages to treat an extremely painful subject with humor and grace. She is a courageous person. I recommend this inspiring read.Published on August 21, 2013 by E. P. Bergstrom
Karen's book Fatlash is a real compelling read. I started it one evening and completed it the next night before going to bed. Read morePublished on August 5, 2013 by JMS
Karen Kataline has done a very brave thing: she has bared her soul in this book, and shared with her readers her progress in the harrowing journey that has been her life. Read morePublished on February 2, 2013 by Una Voce
Fatlash!: Food Police and the Fear of Thin--A Cautionary Tale (Volume 1)by Karen Kataline gets to the heart of why many people are disconnected from their physical selves. Read morePublished on December 4, 2012 by Christine Q. Burtt