Author(s): Krista Scott-Dixon
For people struggling with food, eating, and body image issues, conventional self-help books might not always hit the right note. This irreverent, unconventional, seriously un-serious book - based on the author's 20 years of teaching and coaching, as well as the current science of change psychology - tackles the concept of disordered eating from a more informal, real-life angle. Part self-exploration guide, part nutrition advice, part workbook, part manifesto, part instruction manual for life, this book covers: * the author's own experience with disordered eating * how food and eating issues are ways to solve problems and deal with pain * how you're not as broken as you think you are * how to soothe painful emotions * how to get "un-stuck" and moving in a new direction * how to eat to nourish your brain and help yourself feel better Simply written, easy to understand, full of humor and - yes - plenty of curse words, this book is a quick but high-impact read that might just change your life.
Krista Scott-Dixon, PhD, has been teaching and coaching for 20 years, and has helped thousands of students and clients learn, grow, and explore new possibilities for their lives. She is currently the Director of Curriculum for Precision Nutrition, a global leader in coaching and nutrition. She is a sought-after public speaker on topics like nutrition, women's health and fitness, emotional wellbeing, and the psychology of behavior change. She is the author of several books and runs the website Stumptuous.com.