When stress comes knocking, we eat. When we're celebrating, we eat. When we're happy, sad, angry, bored, or relaxed, we eat. Whether we feel good about our bodies or loathe what we see in the mirror, we eat. And often, we hate ourselves for it. Diets don't work. "No pain, no gain" tactics are emotionally and physically draining and ineffective, and they often employ shame and guilt--two excellent motivators for comfort eating. Food is the ultimate double-crosser. It provides pleasure and pain in equal measure, but unlike people, you can't break up with food. Instead, you need to change how you think and relate to food so you reap the positives without letting it drive you to distraction.

Healthy living strategist and personal coach Lisa Lewtan has the answer: an honest exploration of your relationship with food. Through mindfulness exercises and self-examination, you'll learn to identify the chemical and emotional triggers that encourage you to eat and how to live a life where food strengthens, rather than weakens. Busy, Stressed, and Food Obsessed! offers a chance to transform your frenemy into a true friend. You deserve a healthy and delicious relationship with the food you eat.

Lisa will be here Saturday June 4 at 1:00PM to meet customers and sign copies of her book


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Busy, Stressed, and Food Obsessed!: Calm Down, Ditch Your Inner-Critic Bitch, and Finally Figure Out What Your Body Needs to Thrive Cover Image
$14.95
ISBN: 9780692500514
Availability: Usually Ships in 1-5 Days
Published: Healthy, Happy, & Hip - November 28th, 2015

Game Over Or Game On: How Pro Athletes Leave Sports and Enjoy the Game of Life provides an account of how various pro athletes from the past several decades have made contributions in the fields of entertainment, business, politics, community service, coaching, management, and broadcasting upon retirement. After all, the stigma of pro athletes struggling financially and emotionally is not always applicable. Author David Ostrowsky focuses on the stories of athletes who have leveraged their resources, money, fame, and time for having a positive influence in their respective endeavors. Some of the athletes profiled include: David Robinson, Dikembe Mutombo, Steve Finley, Scott Brosius, Butch Hobson, Tony Amonte, Dontrelle Willis, Dolph Schayes, Ron Mix, Kevin Johnson, Warrick Dunn, Shawn Kemp, Mo Vaughn, and Kellen Winslow, among others.

David will be here Saturday June 11 from 12:00 PM to 3:00 PM to meet customers and sign copies of his book.