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Binge Crazy: A Psychotherapist’s Memoir of Food Addiction, Mental Illness, Obesity and Recovery Paperback – December 1, 2015
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"A very thoughtful and honest examination of a personal story to understand better how BED evolves and can be helped. The book provides good advice, practical tips and hope to people who experience pain and suffering."
-- Dr. Paul Garfinkel, former CEO CAMH, Prof of Psychiatry, Staff Psychiatrist, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH), Toronto
"Very moving and insightful with great detail on the inner experience and struggles ... candid and courageous ... speaks to the complexity of eating disorders. The many tips and tools offered the reader are a gift. Thanks for writing this - very thorough - a huge endeavour!"
-- Annette Bradshaw, MA, RP
"Natalie's story teaches us how her suffering as a child translated into the deep suffering of her eating disorder. Her feisty and witty personality makes for a vivid narration of her long pathway to recovery. This is a very worthwhile read for anyone who would like to deepen their understanding of food addiction."
- Nancy Christie, Psychotherapist
"Highly recommended for any who struggle with obesity or other eating disorders ... Its blend of autobiography and insights wraps all this in a cloak of personal experience that invites both binge eaters and their loved ones to read, relate, and understand the confusion surrounding losing weight, self-image, and family interactions."
- D. Donovan, Senior Reviewer, Midwest Book Review
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"Binge Crazy leads the reader from misunderstanding to understanding, from feelings of being 'crazy' to finding health and well-being and from despair to hope."
-- Keris Jan Myrick, MBA and MS, Leading Mental Health Advocate, Former CEO of Project Return Peer Support Network
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I'm glad that Natalie Gold finally found appropriate treatment and recovered to write this book.
By becoming a psychotherapist, the author is able to help others through both personal experience and years of therapy and studies. She also injects a fair bit of humour into her story, enabling a healing of the whole person.
The end of the book ties together beautifully the essentials of the author's own healing process. And she provides a practical appendix of underlying trigger issues related to all types of addictive behaviour. Overall, this book is incredibly honest, well-written, and highly informative.