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--Rick Foster, co-author of Happiness & Wealth and How We Choose to Be Happy
"Women Food and God is daring, dazzling, funny, comforting, wise and profoundly spiritual. It maps the journey from the darkness of obsession to the pure sense of being in prose so insightful and astonishing it left me breathless. Geneen Roth is an international treasure, and her new book is a gift to us all."
-- Gay Hendricks, Ph.D. author of Five Wishes and Conscious Loving
"Geneen Roth does it again! Women Food and God is absolutely mesmerizing. And loaded with insights which can change your life."
--Chistiane Northrup, MD, ob/gyn physician and author of Women’s Bodies, Women’s Wisdom and The Wisdom of Menopause
“This is a hugely important work, a life-changer, one that will free untold women from the tyranny of fear and hopelessness around their bodied. Beautifully written, a joy to read, rich in both revelation and great humor.”
--Anne Lamott, author of Grace (Eventually): Thoughts on Faith --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Geneen Roth hits a home run with her latest book about overeating and so much more in "Women Food and God".
I therefore suggest that the terms "God" and "spirituality" be removed from the Tag terms, as they do not function accurately as searchable keywords for this book.
This book really gave me a lot to think about and has made me much more mindful of how I feel when I am eating... or doing anything really.
EX transaction. Received as described. Fast shipment. Thanks.Published 6 days ago by Harriett J. Campbell
This book is so helpful in challenging the mindset that accompanies and eating disorder.Published 9 days ago by Ginger K. Spence
Not my cup of tea. But if it helps others out there, then by all means.Published 10 days ago by Yanina Seltzer
This book was excellent and it got right to the heart of food issues facing woman and what it takes to end the nonsense.Published 10 days ago by Quietwlf
I recommend this book to anyone who struggles with compulsive eating. It's based on the retreats Geneen does twice a year that cost a couple of thousand dollars to attend. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Amazon Customer