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When Girls Feel Fat: Helping Girls Through Adolescence
by: Sandra Friedman
0006385613 / 9780006385615

Book Description:
Who hasn't heard a young girl wail, "I'm not going to school today. I feel so fat!" But as therapist and teacher Sandy Friedman explains, feeling fat is simply a code for expressing stressful or negative feelings. Feeling fat often really means a girl is feeling inadequate or ugly or bad. In When Girls Feel Fat, Sandy Friedman helps parents, teachers and girls themselves to understand and cope with the difficult process of adolescence. This book gives parents empathetic, clear and proven strategies to deal with conflict, to recognize that "worries about weight" can lead to more serious eating disorders, to maintain a connection in the face of "tuning out" and to cope with the grungies - Friedman's term for the voice of self-deprecating negative feelings. In the face of today's "feeling fat" epidemic among girls as young as seven, When Girls Feel Fat is a timely and practical book that will help all parents guide their daughters into healthy, confident womanhood.

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