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Now That You'Ve Lost It: How to…

Now That You'Ve Lost It: How to Maintain Your Best Weight

by Joyce D. Nash

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For many people, weight-loss programs have been a cruel hoax. How often do you hear someone say: I have no trouble losing weight; Ive lost hundreds of poundsbut then I always gain it back, and usually a little extra. Now That Youve Lost It lays out a comprehensive system for permanent weight control, focusing on staying at goal weight. Teaching powerful thinking skills, it describes what is needed for success, shows the reader how to assess his or her particular needs, and systematically teaches how to:Cope with binge eating Overcome backsliding Manage anger and loneliness Use self-talk effectively Learn to think smart Cope with social influences Overcome depression and anxiety Cope with success [Author bio]Joyce D. Nash holds two Ph.D.sone in clinical psychology from the Pacific Graduate School of Psychology, and one in communication from Stanford University, where she did post-doctoral work at the School of Medicine. Dr. Nash is the author of several books on various topics related to behavioral medicine.

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