For people concerned with eating disorders and the psychotherapists who treat them. This is a gift book that can be given to anyone troubled by foodand weight issues, family and loved ones, and therapists.
Using an unique approach—a dialogue between a client and therapist—this book offers a spiritual dimension to healing from eating disorders. Presented in an appealing gift book format, the intimate dialogue will help readers open their hearts and minds to explore the nature of the inner self and the importance of self-love.
The client, a woman with bulimia, is a composite character based on patients Ms. Fodor has helped during her fifteen years as a psychotherapist. Their conversation, in a question and answer format, touches on the most basic human questions and truths, such as: Why do I have this illness? Who am I to think that I deserve more? How does life become different when we awaken to this deeper level? Is anxiety a natural state? What exactly is a transformation?
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