Think Thin, Be Thin: 101 Psychological Ways to Lose Weight (Paperback)
If you ve been struggling with your weight, you know how hard it can be to lose those extra pounds and keep them off. In the groundbreaking Think Thin, Be Thin, nationally prominent psychotherapist Doris Wild Helmering and award-winning health writer Dianne Hales assert that the true key to a healthy body weight is a healthy attitude toward food and exercise. Their logic is simple: Your brain ultimately controls what you eat and whether you work out. If you change the way you think, you can change the way you behave. And you can lose weight.
Using proven psychological strategies and scientifically based exercises, you will learn how to harness your thoughts to transform your behavior, body, and life. With practical advice on such troublesome issues as curbing emotional eating, motivating yourself to exercise, and overcoming diet plateaus, this book is the ideal complement to any diet and weight-loss program.
About the Author
DORIS WILD HELMERING is a psychotherapist who has been in private practice for thirty years. The author of nine books, she is a corporate speaker and executive coach, as well as a syndicated newspaper columnist, and on-air therapist. Ms. Helmering has appeared on Oprah, Good Morning America, and CNN. She lives in St. Louis, Missouri. DIANNE HALES is the author of thirteen trade books and the leading college health textbook, a contributing editor to Parade, and a freelance writer for a wide range of national magazines. She lives in the San Francisco Bay area.
“Step-by-step, hands-on help when you need it most. I’ll use this concise gem of practical wisdom every day with my own patients.”
—John La Puma, M.D., F.A.C.P., co-author of The RealAge Diet and Cooking the RealAge Way; Medical Director, Santa Barbara Institute for Medical Nutrition and Healthy Weight
“Think Thin, Be Thin is loaded with practical ways to change your thoughts and your behavior around food and weight—the key to achieving your goal of a slim and healthy body.”
—Christiane Northrup, M.D., author of Women’s Bodies, Women’s Wisdom and The Wisdom of Menopause