Bodylove is an inspiring guide for women who want to become less critical of their appearance, less preoccupied with weight, and more in love with themselves — physically, sexually, and emotionally. Combining vivid case histories, recent research, practical techniques, and simple exercises, this book affirms a woman's basic right to like her looks and shows how she can achieve that goal. It also covers a wide range of body image topics such as cosmetics use, healthy exercise, aging, and sexuality.
Learn How To:
Become less preoccupied with mirrors, scales, and calories
Overcome self-consciousness, fear, and guilt
Free yourself from expectations about how you "should" look
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Dr Rita Freedman is an expert on the psychology of women. Her two previous titles have garnered a lot of praise.Review:
"I strongly recommend this book to their women clients who are working on body image problems. In fact, most women could benefit from reading Bodylove."
— Elayne Saltzberg, Women in Psychology newsletter
“ Bodylove lends itself to several uses – a self-help approach, a workbook for therapist and client, and even a supervision tool for clinicians to explore personal issues."
— Denise Clark, MA, National Anorexic Aid Society newsletter
"An insightful guide... Any woman who has ever looked in the mirror and sighed should find it helpful."
— Mary Ellen Donovan, co-author of Women and Self-Esteem
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