Behind the Mask: Our Secret Battle: Adult Women End Their Lifetime War with Food and Weight, Find Their Voice and Learn Self-Acceptance
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She received her Master’s Degree in Nutrition and Physical Fitness at New York University and simultaneously designed and performed a research study on bulimia at St. In addition to her private practice, she has worked on the eating disorders unit at Somerset Medical Center, Somerville, NJ. Donna Gallagher, MS, RD, is the owner of The BeginWithin Center for Nutritional and Psycho
fundamental insights for all women who struggle with eating issues Leah This book is a must-read for all women, as every one knows another who struggles with eating issues or disorders. The book succinctly but brilliantly explains the meaning behind eating disorders, and then goes on to tell the poignant, enlightening stories of two women and their eating disorder journeys. This is a much needed discourse on what really lies behind this universal struggle. Powerful and inspirational!
She has been a nutrition therapist for individuals with eating disorders and disordered eating for twenty five years. . She is also an adjunct professor in the Department of Nursing and Health Studies at Monmouth University, West Long Branch, NJ. She participates in “women’s expos” and health fairs. She received her Master’s Degree in Nutrition and Physical Fitness at New York University and simultaneously designed and performed a research study on bulimia at St. In addition to her private practice and teaching position, Donna speaks to numerous groups and organizations on the topics of eating disorders, body image, healthy nutrition, nutrition for college students and
Women in their 30s, 40s, 50s, and 60s who have suffered with lifelong low self-esteem, disordered eating, and body image issues, who have defined themselves by their weight, and experienced the relentless psychological “tug of war” that accompanies these issues, will relish this book as a means to help them deeply understand and appreciate their eating behaviors as a coping mechanism that no longer “serves” them, and as a hands-on skill-building tool. Behind the Mask first details specific issues that many women struggle with during various stages of life that play an i