Tooshie: Defeating the Body Image Bandit

Tooshie: Defeating the Body Image Bandit

by Cherrie Herrin Michehl,MA,LMHC

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Tooshie: Defeating the Body Image Bandit by Cherrie Herrin Michehl,MA,LMHC

What if you and your body could finally make peace? Tooshie is a collage of humor, faith, stories and psychology of food/body image issues. Join Cherrie Herrin-Michehl, a licensed therapist, as you learn to fight the lies of the Body Image Bandit, the father of lies. You will laugh as you enjoy heartfelt, real struggles with people you can relate to. Deep in your soul, you will learn that food and body image problems are much more about your heart and your story than you realized. You will learn to focus on what really matters as you hear the stories, struggles and success of other women like you who have won their battles against the Body Image Bandit. Then you can grasp the truth, and the truth will truly set you free. You can experience resounding joy as you begin to ride the tailwind of God, instead of chasing Skinny. Our hearts are saturated with messages that our worth is measured in pounds and jean sizes. But Cherrie navigates the streams of the soul as she challenges women to embrace their true callings, and to fight the lies of the Body Image Bandit.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940149186907
Publisher: Cherrie Herrin Michehl,MA,LMHC
Publication date: 06/06/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 339 KB

About the Author

Cherrie Herrin-Michehl, MA, LMHC is a licensed therapist practicing in Woodinville, Washington. She received her training at what is now called The Seattle School of Theology and Psychology. Her humor, faith and passion for helping women chase their true callings in life.

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Tooshie: Defeating the Body Image Bandit 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If you have ever asked the question silently or even out loud, " Do these jeans make me look fat?" Then this book is for you. The author uses humor, story and wisdom to explore the roots of body obsession and the trap of thinking ones life will be "perfect" when you have the perfect body.