Books Starting with R
Reclaiming yourself from Binge Eating: A Step-By-Step Guide to Healing
By Leora Fulvio
If you have been struggling with binge eating, compulsive overeating, emotional eating and you don’t know how to stop, then this book will help you. Reclaiming Yourself from Binge Eating: A Step-by-Step Guide to Healing takes a body, mind and spirit approach to helping you heal your food issues. Doing these concrete steps will help you completely change your behaviors, thoughts, and feelings around food and your body to help you be at peace.
327 pages, paperback, 2014
Recover your Perspective: A Guide to Understanding Your Eating Disorder and Creating Recovery Using CBT, DBT and ACT
By Janean Anderson
306 pages, paperback, 2018
Recovering : Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia Nervosa (DVD)
42 min. 2011
Recovery from Eating Disorders: A Guide for Clinicians and Their Clients
By Greta Noordenbos
176 pages, paperback, 2013
Recovery Is Stories of Healing
By Liana Rosenman and Kristina Saffran
140 pages, paperback/kindle 2015
Reflections of Body Image in Art Therapy : Exploring Self Through Metaphor and Multi-media
By Margaret R. Hunter
205 pages, paperback, 2012
Reflections of Me: Girls and Body Image (What’s the Issue?)
By Kris Hirschmann
Girls ages 11-13
48 pages, library binding, 2009
Reinventing the Meal : how mindfulness can help you slow down, savor the moment & reconnect with the ritual of eating
By Pavel G. Somov
203 pages, paperback, 2012
The Relaxation & Stress Reduction Workbook, Sixth Edition
By Martha Davis, Elizabeth Eshelman & Matthew McKay
207 pages, paperback, 2000
The Religion of Thinness: Satisfying the Spiritual Hungers Behind Women’s Obsession with Food and Weight
By Michele Lelwica
173 pages, paperback, 2009
By Ruth Joseph
My name is Ruth Joseph and I wrote Remembering Judith.
I wrote the book because I wanted to tell the world that despite my late mother’s illness she was a beautiful talented woman who unfortunately had a terrible life. It was undoubtedly this life and its cruelties that twisted her thoughts. What other child torn away from their parents and families, their secure lives, customs even language, at twelve years old could cope with the vagaries of a new country and strange foster parents? To be told at fifteen that she was an enemy alien and just before her sixteenth birthday that her parents and three little sisters had been murdered in Riga and the way they were killed.
What she needed at that point in her life was a strong man to love and take care of her. But fate dealt my late father who was weak and cruel and loved the image of a sick wife.
To please him she became more and more sick and sadly she died.
I watched it all from the wings and broke my heart and I suppose even at that time the book was crying out to be written.
I became a nutritionist and Samaritan trying to heal others as I was unable to help my mother. Then at age of fifty I decided to study and gain the qualifications I wanted. Then after qualifying at Glamorgan University with an M. Phil in Writing, I wrote Red Stilettos, a collection of short stories, and many refer to my past.
It was a short progression to write this book and I’m delighted to say that I have received letters and e mails from all over the world, as it has helped so many people and I’m grateful for that.
To those who are searching for answers to their problems please look at Remembering Judith and find comfort.
Love is there.
I now have a wonderful family, have been married to Mervyn for 45 years, have two children and two lovely grandchildren. I have written a diet book called The Complete Dieter, and two cookbooks, Warm Bagels and Apple Strudel and the American version Jewish Traditional Cooking and run a food blog, veggischmooze.blospot.com with my daughter Sarah. Plus I have had numerous short stories published and now a children’s story has won me a prize and waits for publication. It’s called The Magic Wok. Life is good.
226 pages, paperback, 2013
Restoring Our Bodies, Reclaiming Our Lives: Guidance and Reflections on Recovery from Eating Disorders
By Aimee Liu
240 pages, 2011
The Ritteroo Journal for Eating Disorders Recovery
By Lindsey Hall with artwork by Mary Anne Ritter
176 pages, paperback, 2013
The Rules of “Normal” Eating : A Commonsense Approach for Dieters, Overeaters, Undereaters, Emotional Eaters, and Everyone in Between!
By Karen Koenig
When you feel out of control around food, you may turn to dieting for structure and guidelines to eat rationally. The Rules of “Normal” Eating provides those guidelines and more by showing you how to use natural appetite signals to eat exactly what and how much is right for your body. It teaches you how to create a healthy and sane belief system for eating and weight, and explains the simple practice of using hunger, cravings, awareness, fullness, and satisfaction to feed your unique appetite. Wise and funny, this will be your go-to book for developing a positive, healthy relationship with food and your body.
240 pages, paperback, 2005
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