So you have tried all types of diets--you've given up carbs, you've done that juice fast, you've sworn off chocolate--and here you are, still trying to lose weight. What's the matter with you?
Nothing. The truth is, diets don't work--or at least, they don't last. When we diet, we're so consumed by what we can't eat that we don't spend much time focusing on how we eat, and how eating makes us feel. That's where The Little Book of Diet Help comes in. Kimberly Willis, a wellness therapist, knows that the only way to maintain long-term weight loss is to make deep, fundamental changes in the way that you relate to the emotions and thoughts surrounding your body and yourself.
This is not a diet guide--it’s a diet helper. It's tough love truths ("What's a little wine, you ask? It's pasta in a glass!") combined with perspective--shifting meditations and calming acupressure exercises. And it's the book you need if you ever hope to keep that weight off.
Meet your new life coach.