Setting Boundaries With Food Pb Paperback
Six Steps to Lose Weight, Gain Freedom, and Take Back Your Life
by Allison Bottke;
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Setting Boundaries With Food Pb
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For the fourth book in her popular Setting Boundaries? series, Allison Bottke turns to our relationship with food, and a problem that affects more than 200 million Americans (68 percent of the adult population)?obesity.
Setting Boundaries? with Food is a very personal book for Allison. She knows from personal experience about the struggle against obesity?feeling trapped in a seemingly never-ending cycle of dieting, deprivation, and despair. At one time in her life, Allison's scale hit the 300-pound mark. Her overweight status resulted in Allison being the first full-figure model ever signed by the prestigious Wilhelmina modeling agency, where she worked for some of the biggest names in fashion, such as Gloria Vanderbilt and Alfred Angelo.
From her struggle, Allison offers more than just hope for the future. By introducing readers to her popular S.A.N.I.T.Y. steps, she encourages readers to turn away from the insanity of dieting and deprivation and to focus instead on establishing healthy relationships with food, self, others, and God. Her words will strike a chord with millions who have struggled for years to lose weight as they are encouraged to examine the emotional and spiritual aspects of their bondage to food and obsession with weight.
Setting Boundaries With Food Pb by Allison Bottke was published by Harvest House in August 2012 and is our 35824th best seller. The ISBN for Setting Boundaries With Food Pb is 9780736926942.
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|Author / Artist||Allison Bottke|
|Publisher||Harvest House (August 2012)|
|Number of Pages||224|
|Page last updated||4th November 2017|