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Bulimia A Guide to Recovery

ISBN-10: 0936077514

ISBN-13: 9780936077512

Edition: 25th 2011 (Anniversary)

Authors: Lindsey Hall, Leigh Cohn

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Book details

List price: $16.95
Edition: 25th
Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: Turner Publishing Company
Publication date: 11/1/2010
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 288
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.75" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.836

Dr Lindsey Hall has taught Systematic Theology at King's College London and the Church of Ireland Theological College in Dublin

LEIGH COHN is the president of Gurze Books, a publisher specializing in books and other reference materials on eating disorders. /e

Introduction
Understanding Bulimia
Questions Most Often Asked about Bulimia
What is bulimia?
How many people have bulimia?
How is bulimia related to other eating disorders?
Why do people become bulimic?
Why are bulimics mainly women?
Do men have bulimia?
How in bulimia related to sexual trauma?
How does bulimia affect my relationships?
What is a typical binge?
What are the medical dangers?
What thoughts and feelings are associated with bulimia?
What other behaviors do bulimics share?
How do I know if I have bulimia?
How long does it take to get better?
Can medication help in recovery?
How do I learn to eat normally?
If I quit purging, will I gain weight?
How do I choose a therapist?
What can I do to help someone who has bulimia?
What can be done to prevent eating disorders?
Eat Without Fear: A True Story of Recovery from Bulimia
Beginning
Living with a Habit
Marriage with a Secret life
Shift in Focus
Turning Point
Ending the Behavior
Lasting Recovery
Overcoming Bulimia
Getting Started
Deciding to Stop
Things to do Instead of Bingeing
Setting Reasonable Goals
Getting Support
Family Support
Encouragement: Why Get Better?
Professional Treatment
Individual Therapy
Types of Therapy
Inpatient and Outpatient Care
Medical and Dental Exams
Tools for Recovery: What Has Worked for Many
Looking Beyond the Symptoms
Trusting the Process
Journal Writing
Taking Time for Relaxation and Meditation
Practicing Mindfulness
Being Authentic
Expressing Yourself
Thinking Positively
Visualization
Feeling Your Feelings
Improving Body Image
Cultivating Relationships
Finding Your Purpose
Pursuing Spirituality
Handling Setbacks and Preventing Relapse
Healthy Weight, Eating, and Exercise
Healthy Weight
Healthy Eating
Healthy Exercise
Advice for Loved Ones
General Suggestions
Food and Eating
Care for the Caregiver
Specifically for Parents
Specifically for Spouses and Life Partners
A Two-Week Program to Stop Bingeing
Resources
Bibliography
Index