No more diets and deprivation. Eat the foods you love and have a great body image.
Rethink your body
To get the freedom to live the life you want
Wise Words on Eating Problems
by Harriet Frew on November 10th, 2016

Self-help literature can provide you with valuable support in making all kinds of changes. Personally, many books for me have provided a valuable companion and encourager when I have doubted myself or needed a psychological boost. Here are four books that I often recommend to clients.

The Body Image Workbook by Thomas F Cash

If you dislike your body and want to know how to change this, then this book is for you. It deals with all types of body dissatisfaction from feeling too fat; self-conscious about a facial scar; ugly or unattractive or not muscular enough. It is a comprehensive ‘how-to’ book drawing on Cognitive Behavioural Therapy techniques but written in an easily digestible style if you are new to self-help literature.


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No more diets and deprivation. Enjoy food whilst looking good and feeling great about your body shape.