If I felt the same way, I just turned the page and continued to go forward.
The exercises are very similar to techniques done in cognitive behavioral therapy, but work very well as self-guided exercises.
Karen's book teaches you that no emotion is wrong and we can handle any emotion that comes our way.
I am a licensed therapist and have used this book for some of my clients who struggle with emotional eating. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kahikina R.
some good stuff..... lots of other ED books out there that help understand the disorder before you are ready for the workbook approach!
Excellent book for anyone with eating problems. Very helpful at getting to the true causes of over or under eatingPublished 5 months ago by N. Paske
Helps to increase awareness of why we eat and how to separate out when we're not hungry.
Is very good.
I am a psychotherapist who helps people with eating disorders. I find this book very useful and require all my E.D. clients to get it. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Bob
I had to erase previous owners answers that were written in pencil. I understood it was used but didn't expect to erase pages.Published 10 months ago by Donna
I haven't had time to read this yet. It was recommended to me by my physician because I tend to be an emotional eater. My daughter is as well so I ordered her one as well. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Susan E Holmes
This book is a great complement to her book, The Rules of Normal Eating, and it really helped me understand which emotions might be driving me to eat when I am not hungry. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Mindy Trittipo
This has some good points, but basically it is a workbook that requires lots and lots of work. If you like that kind of stuff, it's ok, but otherwise it's just a lot of work.Published 12 months ago by Cindi Waters