Let Conscious, Connected Sex Replace Diets and Binges
This ground breaking book will show you how to end the continuous battle of yo-yo dieting, bingeing, starving and other nightmares attendant to women’s request to be unnaturally thin in hopes of being sexually attractive. Author Judi Hollis, a world-renewed expert on eating disorders and addiction, has discovered that most overeaters, bulimics and anorexics substitute food for sex—transferring their erotic desires to satisfactions of the palate. This book will teach you how to reclaim your own innate sexuality, and thereby heal your unhealthy relationship with food and eating. Case studies, comments from workshop participants and guided exercises for conscious eating—all from the author’s consulting practice and radio shows—will teach you how to integrate the book’s heartwarming, yet serious, revelations into your own daily behavioral routine.
If you or someone you love struggles with overeating or not eating, this book is a must-read, as well as a potential lifesaver. If you have sensed something lacking in your sex life, Dr. Hollis’ instructions for healing the mind/body split will take you back to bed to connect with your spiritual Self.
More then a book about how to celebrate food and sex—this is an amazingly sensual literary experience. Hollis’ ingredients are a passion for her subject, a tenderness for her readers, a cornucopia of intriguing bits of valuable information, lush words pictures that create a lingering mood and delicious humor. A scrumptious read.Sylvia Cary