108 books for genre «Books ~~ Psychology~~ Psychopathology ~~ Eating Disorders»

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« Ce qui pousse les femmes vers l’anorexie, c’est l’impératif unanime de la société. Cela prend la forme d’un sacrifice organisé. Mais ce sacrifice est inconscient, cela démontre qu’il existe dans notre monde un retour à l’archaïsme le plus effrayant. À une société saine, toutes ces choses apparaîtraient comme un visage de la mort. »

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Il Disturbo da Alimentazione Incontrollata è una definizione diagnostica di recente acquisizione che descrive sul piano clinico un comportamento alimentare di tipo bulimico, caratterizzato da episodi di abbuffate ricorrenti e reiterate nel corso della giornata e associato alla sensazione di perdere il controllo dell’atto del mangiare.

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26 downloads


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There are many eating disorder books based solely on cognitive-­behavioral theories and treatment methods. When Food is Family details how early childhood relationships play a significant role in the development of an eating disorder. Nature may stack the deck, but nurture plays the hand. This book is based on the framework of Attachment Theory - that emotional support, understanding, empathy, and acceptance during a child's development are the foundation of self-­esteem and self-­worth throughout life. Without healthy attachments self-­esteem is diminished and the capacity for empathy toward self and others is impaired. When this happens a relationship with food becomes a replacement for the healthy relationships a child craves -- it provides a false sense of self-­esteem and is a seemingly simpler way to measure one's worth than the complex world of human interaction. Eating Disorders are a family affair. When Food is Family allows family members to explore and rebuild relationships . . .

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27 downloads


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In a matter-­of-­fact style, the author takes you into the mindset of a compulsive eater. Discover how the author, with the help of God, found inner peace to aid his recovery from compulsive eating.

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29 downloads


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An engaging and honest autobiography of a former elite runner who nearly perished from anorexia, one that also explores the biopsychosocial and sociological aspects of this pervasive, malignant, but ultimately surmountable disease. Brittin's comprehensive account of her tribulations combined with her background in psychology makes this a unique must-­read for athletes & health professionals alike.

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26 downloads


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Stop dieting and start loving yourself! If you can’t stomach one more day of being told you’re too fat, then you’re ready to try some delicious new brain candy. Skinny is not the cure! Thin is NOT in. There’s nothing wrong with you! There never was. Authors Maria Rago, PhD and Greg Archer want you to do one thing: Shut up, and eat! And have fun doing it.

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30 downloads


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In a world where we all obsess over our health and our weight, eating disorders sit at the most extreme end of the scale as a very real human condition.

In this shocking yet inspiring autobiographical story set in the contemporary Philippines,­Camille Heimbrod, an ordinary woman, takes the extraordinary steps to face and accept her eating disorder.

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39 downloads


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To stop overeating is easy. You can do it without any diets, limitations and eat whatever you love. All you have to do is to know the secret. This secret I discovered in Dagestan, a small republic in the South of Russia, where women and men are slender. You will certainly like this tasty method.

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10 downloads


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Do you vomit or experience discomfort regularly when you eat?

Has your weight loss hit a stand still or plateaued and you want to lose more?

Are you planning or considering to have Lap Band surgery?

Let leading expert Bariatric Dietitian Helen Bauzon show you how to work in partnership with the Lap Band and help you regain your health and zest for life by losing weight permanently.

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26 downloads


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Le forme più estreme di alterazione dell'alimentazione sono l'anoressia e la bulimia. L'anoressia si manifesta attraverso una restrizione più o meno radicale dell'alimentazione, accompagnata da un continuo pensare e rimuginare sul cibo. Nella bulimia al contrario la persona è impegnata nel consumo continuo del cibo e nel suo rigetto.

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26 downloads

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