The Continuous Appetite: Understanding Your Cravings, Ending Your Overeating!

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  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2012-01-28
  • Publisher: Textstream
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"Finally, a book specifically for over eaters that digs deep into the heart and soul of what this behavior is about. Sophie does an excellent job of offering hope and providing practical how-to's on overcoming something that seems hopeless to many."-Dr. Stephanie May,licensed psychologistSpecializing in the treatment of eating disorders Have you ever found yourself mindlessly shoving food into your mouth after a bad day? Life is supposed to feel wonderful, but when you are controlled by the fridge, pantry, or overpowering food cravings, your life can become depressing and dreadful to live. The Continuous Appetitewill show you how to stop running to food when life presents a challenge, by taking you on an interactive journey that helps you understand and heal the imbalance in your body, emotions, mind, and spirit. The result is having a harmonious relationship with food where you're able to eat to fuel your body, and taste the pleasure along the way. "Sophie clearly defines the distinction between hunger and cravings and how to deal with them both. I know this book can be a source of help for so many who turn to food for comfort."-Jeannette Graf, MD FAAD,author ofStop Aging, Start Living "Sophie's approach makes us feel unified, empowered, and ready to face the world from a place of acceptance and love."-Kathryn Budig,author ofThe BIG Book of Yoga


Have you ever found yourself eating and eating and eating and, even though you know that you won’t be happy with this choice later, you’re unable to stop?  Once the eating has ended, it’s as if a wave of self-hatred hits you in the face and begins to drown you.  This wave has a crashing that sounds like—“I’m a failure, I can’t accomplish the goals I set, I’m not good enough, I can’t ever say no, I can’t, can’t, can’t...”  This is the wave of self-disgust that comes after continuous eating.  But, rather than continuing to let this wave hit you in the face, let’s learn how to surf.
The ocean represents your life.  The waves are the constant changes that life offers.  The surfer is you, and the surfboard is the sum of tools you will collect through this book.  The first step is to remember that food is not the problem. Instead, food is the foam from a wave—simply a distraction.  The next step is to begin to see how all the waves of life affect you, and then learn to deal with them differently.  The final step is using the tools in this book to get up on your board and surf the waves of life.

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