The eight emotional obstacles are observed thusly;
- Boredom and emptiness
- Fear and anxiety
- Sadness and depression
- Stress and tension
Dr. Forman does include book space so that you can answer germane questions. This might be difficult for some, to truly and critically look at yourself and your behaviors. The payoff, however, is surely worth it.
She actually helps you to replace old patterns (over-eating) with positive new ones by recognizing what it is that you actually feel and acting on that feeling in a non-harmful to self and/or others manner. It makes perfect sense. She teaches the reader how thought stop, relax, meditate, visualize and how to work with your feelings.
If dealing with your feelings is more than you think you can handle, please, check out the book, "Feelings." It's available at most libraries. It can help you tremendously.
Dr. Forman states;
There are no quick fixes—at least none that last.
And, it's true. Work the book/program like it's important to you. Logically, the concepts presented here are sound.
About the Author:
Sheila H. Forman, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist specializing in weight issues. She is also a university professor, radio talk show host, media psychologist and lawyer. She is the author of Do You Use Food to Cope? A Comprehensive 15-Week Program for Overcoming Emotional Overeating and Self-Fullness: The Art of Loving and Caring for Your 'Self'.
Paperback: 182 pages
Publisher: iUniverse (February 27, 2015)
Product Dimensions: 5 x 0.5 x 8 inches