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What's Eating You?

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Tammy Nelson MS

Help teens with anorexia, bulimia, and other eating disorders address their disorder. Exercises teach teens how to overcome perfectionism, understand the role that family patterns may play in their disorder, and change negative self-talk about their body. Includes CD with reproducible worksheets.

Item Number 86-024

What's Eating You?

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Living in a culture obsessed with body size and shape, it can be hard to feel good about the way you look. But eating disorders caused by unrealistic body image ideals create much larger problems-diminished self-confidence, unhealthy eating and exercising habits, and an inability to see yourself as a person rather than a number on the scale.

This workbook takes aim at the motivations behind your relationship with food and helps you to better understand how your need to control what you eat can end up controlling you.

As you complete the worksheets in What's Eating You, you'll learn more about the beliefs and experiences that contribute to your disorder. Each worksheet includes questions and exercises targeting the cultural myths, perfectionism, stress, and lack of self-confidence that are often at the heart of a dysfunctional relationship with food. Once these issues are addressed, you'll be able to gather the strength you need to make peace with your body, exude confidence, and live a healthy life.

Includes CD with reproducible worksheets.

Dimensions: 8 x 10
Pages: 128

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