This is the ultimate self-help guide for every woman who has battled with food issues, including yo-yo dieting, binging or comfort eating. Dr Pam Spurr explains in easy-to-follow language why many people have trouble losing weight and how we each sabotage our best intentions. The real enemy stopping us achieving a healthy weight, according to the author, is our emotional attachment to food. Understanding our behaviour and why we eat is the key to making lasting changes. The author helps us see the misconnection between our minds and our mouths; and helpfully explains how our personality and emotions dictate our eating patterns. Once we are able to assess our own behaviour we can learn to stop destructive patterns using helpful tools including a food and feelings diary.
About the Author
Dr Pam Spurr is an award-winning radio presenter, agony aunt, sex and relationship advisor and life coach. Dr Pam is the author of more than 11 self-help books and appears regularly on TV. Her books include, Sex Dreams & Symbols, How to be a Happy Human, Fabulous foreplay, The Break Up survival Kit, The Dating Survival Guide, Sinful Sex, Your Child's Dream. She has appeared on Big Brother as a guest, Daybreak TV, This Morning, Appears regularly in the Sun Newspaper, I village UK as a regularly columnist, Men's Health, The Mirror Newspaper, Cosmopolitan, Daily Express and much more. Dr Pam Spurr currently lives in the UK.
Jo Hemmings, Behavioural Psychologist and Author endorses Dr Pam Spurr's book: "Dr Pam Spurr's book 'The Emotional Eater's Diet' is ideal for anyone struggling to come to terms with their eating habits"
Number Of Pages: 240
Published: 1st April 2014
Publisher: New Holland Publishers
Country of Publication: AU
Dimensions (cm): 29.8 x 12.8 x 1.9
Weight (kg): 0.27