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Weight Release: A Liberating Journey

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Weight Release: A Liberating Journey

Weight Release: A Liberating Journey

Description: For most people, “losing weight” is about loss—giving up foods and behaviors that have provided comfort and served other valuable purposes. It’s also about judgment—I’m fat, I’m unattractive, I’m undisciplined—which is a major roadblock to healing and releasing weight. But when you learn to be compassionate toward the part of you that holds shame, blame, or guilt, you begin to release the weight of unresolved issues—and actual weight release is the result. In a new book by former soap opera star Freeman Michaels, called "Weight Release: A Liberating Journey" (2010, $16.95), Michaels, now a successful motivational coach, shares the process he developed that helped him shed more than 70 pounds. Each short chapter is an action step with a journal exercise. Cumulatively, these practices will train you to: • Stop thinking of weight in terms of loss • Look at the roles food and weight play in your life • Use resistance and self-judgment as your greatest teachers • Flip negative attitudes into positive, supportive ones • Turn small behavior changes into healthy habits that stick • Examine how different saboteurs influence your decisions • Create a vision that supports permanent weight release

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Price: $16.95

Published on Apr 11, 2011

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