Synopses & Reviews
Here for the first time in one complete volume are the two international bestsellers that taught women not to be afraid to be thin. With Fat Is a Feminist Issue, psychotherapist Susie Orbach started a revolution. By uncovering deeply held fears and beliefs, women can understand how they use food to fill emotional and psychological needs. Realizing that food is not the enemy, women can learn to accept and like themselves and get off the binge and diet merry-go-round forever. Through inspirational case studies and simple exercises in Fat Is a Feminist Issue II, Orbach reveals why we get fat, why we regain weight after dieting, and how we can liberate ourselves from feeling obsessive about food. This method has no recipes, no food lists, and no prescriptions. It does have practical techniques that let you take control and enjoy your food, your life, and yourself
Discusses how we can turn food into a friend and find ways to accept ourselves for who and how we are. Following the step-by-step guide, you too can put an end to food anxiety and dieting.