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Constant Craving: What Your Food Cravings Mean and How to Overcome Them Paperback – June, 1995
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Sandra I. Smith
I work with Theta healing and using books like this often gives me a starting place to start pulling negative beliefs and feelings. However, there are a few things here I disagree with.
I highly doubt Japanese people crave sushi because they are longing for a more exotic and exciting life, for example.
Italian people probably do not crave pasta when feeling unhappy with their love lives and family connections.
Do Chinese or Indian people crave rice when longing for a new job? Probably not.
So for people from the 'first world', specifically the first-world-English-speaking culture, this book is probably valid. But I would not recommend it to someone who comes from a culture where certain of these foods are just staples.
This is an in-depth book you can use to decipher your emotional eating and hopefully change the patterns. I admit I am still working on conquering the cravings!
I used to think of Ms Virtue as strictly spirituality-oriented. After reading her health books, including this one, I realize that was incorrect. She makes every attempt to guide the reader to a wholeness of body & mind & spirit.