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Desperately Seeking Self: An Inner Guidebook for People with Eating…

by Viola Fodor

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Desperately Seeking Self is a guidebook for people with eating problems that uses an unique approach - a conversation between a client and therapist - to call on the spiritual self which is in all of us. For when we awaken to our true natures, life takes on precious meaning, and we become our own agents for healing and positive change. This conversation answers such basic human questions as: Why do I have this illness? Who am I to think that I deserve better? How will my life be different when I awaken to a deeper level? What exactly is a transformation?

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