Eat by Linda R. Harper
A Guide to Discovering Your Natural Relationship with Food

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"For over one hundred years, our culture has promoted dieting—with the goal of losing weight—as the acceptable way to eat. With this aim of weight loss, a diet determines your eating choices and in turn creates a thought system that prevents you from trusting your natural ability to make the right choices about eating. Our inner wisdom, or best self, quietly speaks to us through intuition, gut feelings, physical cravings and thoughts about the present moment, whereas beliefs focused on specific outcomes, such as weight loss-focused dieting, push their way to the forefront of our minds and block our ability to enjoy the present. The purpose of this book is to remove the barriers preventing you from accessing and trusting your own best self in choosing and creating each eating experience.

Eat provides the tools you need to remove the thoughts that are obstructing your inner wisdom and replace those thoughts with ones that will guide you back to everyday eating choices that stem from your best self. Linda R. Harper’s simple five-step guide will help you access your best self and discover your natural and healthy relationship with food, leaving the rules of dieting behind."
 

About Linda R. Harper

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Linda R. Harper, Ph.D., is a licensed clinical psycholo¬gist in private practice for 29 years with her husband in Evergreen Park, Illinois. She has Ph.D. and M.A. degrees from Kent State University and a B.A. degree from Northwest¬ern University. Specializing in eating and dieting-related challenges, her doctoral dissertation explored society’s influence on dieters’ percep¬tions of their bodies and the resulting impact on their self-esteem. She has presented papers on the psychology of eating-related problems at the Midwest Psychological Asso¬ciation conference and has given talks in schools, health food stores, bookstores, clinics, and hospitals on the problems of dieting. She has led workshops at the International Association of Eating Disorders Professionals (IAEDP) national symposium, The National Association of Fat Acceptance (NAAFA) conference, and the Annual Women's Wellness Workshops in Chicago. She has also lectured at academic and medical institutions and public libraries throughout the Chicago area, as well as the American University in Paris. Dr. Harper has conducted numerous radio and television interviews, and feature stories about her first book, The Tao of Eating, have appeared in Fitness, Women's Sports and Fitness, National Health, Women's World, and various newspapers across the country. Harper is also the author of The Tao of Eating: Feeding Your Soul through Everyday Experiences with Food, Give to Your Heart's Content...Without Giving Yourself Away, and Give: A Guide to Discovering the Joy of Everyday Giving.
 
Published January 31, 2013 by Blue Star Books. 99 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help. Non-fiction

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