Lick It! Fix Her Appetite Switch

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You're headed home, ready for the recliner, the remote, and couple of those brownies you hid in the blender. But you get home and there are no brownies - and no cookies, no candy, no chips or dip - as if an ant colony has swarmed through your kitchen and nibbled it bare.
Two possibilities: She's on another diet. She's not on a diet. Either way, you're traveling toward turmoil and, possibly, big pots of cabbage soup, no desserts, and those strange Styrofoam crackers. What's a ...
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Overview

You're headed home, ready for the recliner, the remote, and couple of those brownies you hid in the blender. But you get home and there are no brownies - and no cookies, no candy, no chips or dip - as if an ant colony has swarmed through your kitchen and nibbled it bare.
Two possibilities: She's on another diet. She's not on a diet. Either way, you're traveling toward turmoil and, possibly, big pots of cabbage soup, no desserts, and those strange Styrofoam crackers. What's a husband to do - or a mother, sister, best friend, lover, or partner? What can you do when you love someone who overeats?
You can try controlling her (which rarely works) or you can get smart.
Learn about the appetite switch and what causes it to get stuck in the "On" position. This essential change in thinking - away from dieting and toward balancing the 8 biochemicals that drive excess appetite - is the smart choice. It's also what makes the difference between failure and lasting success.
In this book, you'll get factual, scientific information about the appetite switch and how you can be of tremendous help. You'll also discover how to get more of what you want.
Anne Katherine's attunement to her clients has again pushed her to the cutting edge, where she has been finding solutions for overeaters for over 30 years. She is the author of Boundaries, Anatomy of Food Addiction, and How to Make Almost Any Diet Work. MA psychologist, Board-certified Regression Therapist, and Certified Eating Disorders Specialist, her program, Master Your Appetite, is available at www.masteryourappetite.com for anyone ready to fix the cause of overeating.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781598587135
  • Publisher: Dog Ear Publishing
  • Publication date: 4/6/2009
  • Pages: 180
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.38 (d)

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  • Posted July 3, 2009

    Picks Up Where "The End of Overeating" Ends

    This is an enormously helpful and practical book that picks up where David Kessler's new book, The End of Overeating, leaves off. Anne Katherine unpacks the topics that Kessler introduces, and turns them into a very clear, specific set of things to do (and, in some cases, not do). Best of all, 1) her program works, and 2) the book is easy to follow and a real pleasure to read. By far the best book on the subject.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 28, 2009

    A Funny, Useful Book

    This is the book that tells us how to be more supportive of the efforts of those we love to lose weight. Invaluable.

    Dr. Susan Johnson, author of When Women Played Hardball.

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