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It'll Let You Know You Aren't Alone 8 février 2004
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I first came across Geneen Roth's books in the early 1990s, as a college student. I'd gone away for school and gained sixty pounds. Deep down, I knew that I had a problem with food, and it wasn't something I could solve on my own. My problem was as serious as that of an alcoholic or drug addict, and food was my drug of choice. When I read Feeding the Hungry Heart, I learned for the first time that I wasn't alone, that I wasn't a freak, that other people, mostly women, had felt the same way I felt. And most importantly, that they'd come through the experience and found a way to be healthy with food. If you suspect that you have a problem with food, try reading this book. Don't expect to find diets or even suggestions for overcoming the problem. If you view your overeating as an addiction, this book is really the first step to recovery. Use it to help yourself admit that you're addicted to food, and then move on to Roth's other books, especially When Food Is Love and Breaking Free from Emotional Eating. They'll help you get a better sense of specific steps you can take. I did what I'm recommending ten years ago, and over several years, I overcame my obsession with food and lost the sixty pounds I'd gained. I didn't do it by dieting or restricting myself from eating anything. And it didn't happen quickly. I'm also fully aware that my relationship to food is just like an addict's relationship to alcohol. It doesn't go away. In fact, in stressful periods of my life, I've turned to food for solace and gained weight again. But this time, the difference is that I know what I'm doing and why. I know why I'm turning to food. And I know what it can't and won't ever be able to give me. Anyone who tells you that it's just a matter of calories in vs. calories out or who recommends that you "just get over it" doesn't understand that food is, for many people, not an issue of physical hunger, but of emotional hunger.
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In Response to the person who said it's a waste of money 3 janvier 2001
Par Mrs. Arizona US 2000 - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I am sorry you thought this book was a waste of money. This is not the book to read if you are looking for a diet. "Where are the answers?" you say...
Well, the answers are in the stories of these women who have struggled with the agony of a shameful addiction.
This book is so totally anti-diet. Anti-depriving yourself. It's about being good to yourself, maybe for the first time ever.
It's about figuring out WHY, so you can then work toward healing.
The author was not whining. She was simply telling her story, her truth. She tells her story about food, weight, shame, dieting, and the torment of being teased by other kids, in a touching, yet humorous manner.
Maybe you have not suffered the pain of addiction, possibly? I don't know.
I am in a position to give some advice because I identified with many of the women in this book. I suffered for years with food problems and I am finally free. My heart aches for people who are still struggling. This book has helped me in my battle to start being good to myself.
Do yourself a favor, forget about dieting. Eat what you want when you are truly hungry for food. Don't listen to people who tell you you are too fat. Make exercise fun. Enjoy your food, enjoy moving your body. Enjoy life.
Be good to you.
There's you answer.
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I read this book over 20 times 6 janvier 2000
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I have struggled with my weight for most of my 31 years. I bought this book a few years ago and it showed me that I am not crazy - other women have had the same thoughts and actions that I have...Thank God! Whenever I start to feel overwieght or even THINK about going on another diet, I read this book and it puts me right back on track. I loved this book. LOVED it. It has significantly affected the way I view my body and the way I treat myself now.
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To the person from Mendocino - you're lucky. 3 mai 2000
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Because I doubt if Ms. Roth's early years with an abusive mother, emotionally absent father were fiction. Ms. Roth's first book was truly a brave recounting of her conflict with food and you can clearly understand that her childhood had a lot to do with that (as it does for many of us). I also appreciated the writings from other women who've been through the same battles. It really never ends. You have to constantly be vigilant. I would recommend this to anyone who uses food for comfort, anesthesia, etc. The book makes sense.
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Dear Ms./Mr. Mendocino 27 octobre 1999
Par bandonARTS - Publié sur Amazon.com
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How tragic that you are frustrated by the information presented by Ms. Roth. In fact, the mere issues you raise (no plans, no diets, etc.) are the issues Ms. Roth explains are unnecessary for success in the envelopment of this book. I have personally lowered my cholesterol by 50 points, and my weight by 35 pounds in four months by reading this book. In synopsis, I eat when I am hungry, eat what I want when I determine what that might be, and the rest goes on by itself. Perhaps I might suggest you read this book for sheer entertainment, and not the "answer" as we have all (women in America, and other bathingsuit consious societies...hahaha.) and maybe some of it will resonate with you. Obviously, you are a women of great integrity and intelligence, or you would not have taken the time to respond to Amazon.com, and I encourage you to step beyond the failures we have taken as being our "lifestyle", and give it another try. My life is so undeniably improved since my discoveries of Ms. Roth's candid approach to the masses. Please, give it a try.
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