Bulimia: A Guide to Recovery

Bulimia A Guide to Recovery This intimate self help guidebook offers a complete understanding of bulimia and a plan for recovery It includes a two week program to stop bingeing ideas for things to do instead of bingeing a guid

  • Title: Bulimia: A Guide to Recovery
  • Author: Lindsey Hall Leigh Cohn
  • ISBN: 9780936077512
  • Page: 472
  • Format: Paperback
  • This intimate self help guidebook offers a complete understanding of bulimia and a plan for recovery It includes a two week program to stop bingeing, ideas for things to do instead of bingeing, a guide for support groups, specific advice for loved ones, and Eat Without Fear, Lindsey Hall s story of her self cure, which has inspired thousands of other bulimics This 25thThis intimate self help guidebook offers a complete understanding of bulimia and a plan for recovery It includes a two week program to stop bingeing, ideas for things to do instead of bingeing, a guide for support groups, specific advice for loved ones, and Eat Without Fear, Lindsey Hall s story of her self cure, which has inspired thousands of other bulimics This 25th anniversary edition updates all information from previous editions, with additional material on assessment, new diagnostic categories, men and bulimia, evidence based treatment, family assisted recovery, the influence of media including the Internet , the essentials of long term recovery, and much Drawing on its established track record of success, Bulimia A Guide to Recovery includes input from 400 recovered bulimics and is packed with valuable tips for therapists, educators, bulimics, and their loved ones.

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    888 thoughts on “Bulimia: A Guide to Recovery”

    1. Good book, I found it somewhat tedious to get into because I find the statistics, while they are important, take away from the personal and intimate tone of healing the book is trying to build. When you read this book you aren't just getting told what to do to get better, you're learning just how to do it from 400 people who have been where you are in their own way. Recovery is a journey and I sincerely hope you let this sweat book be your guide.


    2. Because I can’t even admit to such a disgusting behavior that I’ve had since I was 19, I didn’t really read much of this because I've read it all before many times (Marya Hornbacher writes the best about it in WASTED.). You people who write these recovery books that are young and recovered, and want us all to think you have all the answers: you do not. I was recovered for more than a decade. Then I had to divorce my husband, lose my kids, listen to lies about me, suffer pain more than I ca [...]


    3. 9/10I recommend that all bulimics pick up this book at some point.It took me a few chapters to get into it simply because it was filled with facts and figures and statistics that many of us can recite better then our therapists. But once you get past that.It has a great 2 Weeks to stop binging and purging program (I believe it helps decrease the behavior, not create complete abstention.)It has writing clips from many bulimics that are raw and real.It has unusual coping skills had a section dedic [...]


    4. It's hard to "like" a book like this, but I think it has value for those who know the dangers of bulimia but still go through the motions, no matter how severe. Its got some great info on what to do to help someone or if you yourself have the disorder, from people who aren't some high-browed thinkers but people who have been there, whether sufferers or family or whoever. If you're in need of encouragement or help regarding bulimia, I would recommend this as a great source to consult during and a [...]


    5. This is a great book for active or recovering bulimics, giving insight from over 400 of those who are recovering or recovered from the disease. It includes a two-week program to stop bingeing, things to do rather than bingeing, specific suggestions from eating disorders therapists, and other helpful advice. I found the individual stories and examples to be quite helpful.


    6. Very informative in terms of facts and statistics; however, it is also very personal to the author's own experience and tidbits from reader responses. This book is great all over the spectrum. A very interesting read. Even a section for the friends and family of a bulimia patient. Overall: comprehensive, compassionate, and encouraging.


    7. I love this book; it is really helpful to me. It contains a lot of useful information about bulimia and effective strategies. Highly recommend giving the 2-week program a try.


    8. Has everything you need to know about bulimia, including a recovering section that is very detailed.Best book I've looked at on the subject.


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