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When You Eat at the Refrigerator, Pull Up a Chair: 50 Ways to Feel Thin,… (edició 1998)

de Geneen Roth (Autor)

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Geneen Roth's pioneering books were among the first to link overeating and compulsive dieting with deeply personal issues that go far beyond weight and body image. Now, in this fun, practical book, she helps readers radically shift their relationships with food and find more life-affirming ways to care for themselves. With an exhilarating combination of intelligence and wicked good humor, she offers bite-sized pieces of invaluable wisdom.… (més)
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Títol:When You Eat at the Refrigerator, Pull Up a Chair: 50 Ways to Feel Thin, Gorgeous, and Happy (When You Feel Anything But)
Autors:Geneen Roth (Autor)
Informació:Hyperion (1998), Edition: 1st, 256 pages
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When You Eat at the Refrigerator, Pull Up a Chair: 50 Ways to Feel Thin, Gorgeous, and Happy (When You Feel Anything But) de Geneen Roth

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Geneen Roth's book is right in step with the work I've been doing for many years to love myself, and make the disconnect between what I eat making me "bad" or "good."

In 50 very short (2 or 3 pages each), Roth outlines steps we can take to make the journey of understanding our relationship with food, our relationship with our bodies and body image and, most importantly, celebrating the fabulousity (Thank Miss M for that word) this is ourselves.

Geneen Roth goes right up there with Anne Lamott (who wrote the forward), and Brene Brown. ( )
  AuntieClio | Feb 7, 2016 |
Known truths, but delivered in an accessible manner with a smile. ( )
  Piggelin | Aug 12, 2012 |
Fun, short essays in a self-helpy vein that manage to be insightful in vague conjunction with compulsive eating (but apply for all). ( )
  monzrocks | Apr 19, 2010 |
My dissertation at university is on eating disorders, so I've been reading quite widely on the subject. Geneen Roth's books had been recommended to me for ages, so I decided I should start with this one: maybe it was the wrong choice as an introduction to her work, maybe not. I guess I'll find out after reading the rest of her books.

Mind you, this is NOT a disappointing book: Not at all. It contains good, very useful ideas, and it makes clear points. The basic, no-diet philosophy of Roth is valid & makes sense. And since this is a self-help book, it helps that the author uses examples, little stories, & catchy titles. From cover to cover, it can be read in a couple of hours, but I think it's better to read the ideas more slowly, savouring & trying to understand each one better.

"When you eat at the refrigerator..." is NOT a bad book: it's just that these things have been said before, & (in my opinion) much better, for example, by Susie Orbach. Maybe Orbach concetrates more on the theoretical part & Roth tackles the more practical, self-help part. I don't know. And maybe Roth has covered more theory in her other books. But this book, for me, was lacking in theoretical explanation of the ideas presented, & so most of these ideas seemed like little gimmicks to me. But, as a beginnning book, a book of ideas that can lead to other similar books, it's not bad. ( )
  marialondon | Jun 30, 2009 |
This is a fabulous little book. It's a series of more than fifty very short advisory essays all about how to love yourself when you hate yourself. Specifically, Roth's work deals with compulsive eating, and this is her focus here too, but unlike some of her other work, this book is clearly meant to be more broadly applicable to any and all situations in which one might find oneself swimming in a sea of self-hatred. Roth is a humorous writer. She has a similar sort of wit as Anne Lamott, who has written the introduction to this book. Overall I found this book hilarious and moving. I stayed up all night to read it. ( )
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Geneen Roth's pioneering books were among the first to link overeating and compulsive dieting with deeply personal issues that go far beyond weight and body image. Now, in this fun, practical book, she helps readers radically shift their relationships with food and find more life-affirming ways to care for themselves. With an exhilarating combination of intelligence and wicked good humor, she offers bite-sized pieces of invaluable wisdom.

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