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Recommended Reading

Bacon, L. Health At Every Size: The Surprising Truth About Your Weight. BenBella Books, Inc., 2008

Campos, P. The Obesity Myth: Why America’s Obsession With Weight is Haardous To Your Health., Gotham Books, (2004)

Chernin, K. The Obsession: reflections On the Tyranny of Slenderness., Harper & Row, 1981

Chernin, K. The Hungry Self: Women, Eating and Identity., Times Books, 1985

Bullitt-Jonas, Margaret. Holy Hunger. First Vintage Books. 2000

Knapp, Caroline. Appetites: Why Women Want. Counterpoint. 2002

Hirschmann, J & Munter, C. When Women Stop Hating Their Bodies. Ballantine Books. 1997

Koenig, Karen. The Rules of “Normal” Eating: A Commonsense Approach for Dieters, Overeaters, Underaters and Everyone in Between. Gurze Books. 2010.

Normandi, Carol and Roark, Laurelee. It’s Not about Food: End Your Obsession with Food and Weight. Penguin Group, 1999

Costin, Carolyn. 8 Keys to Recovery from an Eating Disorder. W.W. Norton & Company. 2011

Liu, Aimee. Gaining The Truth About Life After Eating Disorders. Grand Central Publishing. 2007

Siegel, Michele. Surviving an Eating Disorder. HarperCollins. 2009

Herrin, Marcia. The Parents’ Guide to Eating Disorders. Gurze Books, 2010

Johnston, Anita. Eating in the Light of the Moon. Gurze Books, 2010

Kandel, Johanna. Life Beyond Your Eating Disorder. Harlequin Nonfiction. 2010

Kerrigan, Cheryl. Telling ED NO!. Gurze Books. 2011

Lock, James and  leGrante, Daniel. Help Your Teenager Beat and Eating Disorder. The Guildford Press. 2004

Maine, Margo. Father Hunger: Fathers, Daughters and Food. Gurze Books, 2011

Natenshon, Abigail. When Your Child Has an Eating Disorder. Jossey-Bass, 1999

We provide a list of books for your convenience. The EAP is not responsible for the availability, accuracy, or content of these books, nor does it endorse them. These books are not an attempt to provide any counseling or other type of intervention

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