From Publishers Weekly
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What else could explain being ok on a diet and then suddenly, out of nowhere, I was head deep in a box of cereal, about to move on to the freezer?
It turns out, I didn't have a food problem. I had a feelings problem. On a moment-to-moment basis, I was having reactions and responses to people, situations, and events in my day. I didn't realize it, but every time I ran to food and then a diet, I was running away from me! It wasn't until I learned to make the connection between my feelings and food, that I was able to keep my weight down.
Your eating patterns are your very own GPS system for food, life, and for love. They lead you to your truth, to the very best part of you, and believe it or not, into those skinny jeans!
ADVANCE PRAISE FOR
IT WAS FOOD VS. ME…AND I WON
“Nancy Goodman has written a book that tells the real truth behind food issues of all kinds. And she does so with great humor, honesty, and style. I love this book!”
- Christiane Northrup, M.D.
“It Was Food vs Me…and I Won” is one of the best books I’ve read on overcoming an obsessive relationship with food-- and I’ve read them all. Nancy Goodman is pragmatic, accessible, funny, and very smart. Food obsession is a tricky monster that can rule your life, whether you are overweight or not; this book will help you tame the monster and make a friend of your own body.”
–Martha Beck, Author of Finding Your Own North Star
“Nancy Goodman’s story is a genuine triumph over the two leading obsessions of the American Culture—food addiction and weight loss. Inspiring.”
--Carolyn M. Myss, Author of Sacred Contracts and Anatomy of the Spirit
“With compassion, humor, and refreshing candor, Nancy Goodman illuminates the underlying emotional conflicts that drive compulsive overeating. It Was Food vs Me…and I Won is packed with wisdom, insight, and practical strategies that support the reader in using the energy they spend obsessing on food to create a satisfying and fulfilling life.”
--Debbie Ford, Author of The Right Questions and The Dark Side of the Light Chasers