By Kenneth Schwarz Ph.D. and Julie North Schwarz
Breaking Up With Food: Maria’s Last Diet is a novel of passionate weight loss written to deliver self-help in the form of a gripping, inspirational story. By making it a novel, it breaks the didactic feel of the “how to” book, and delivers the self-help in surround sound, like in a movie. Immersing the reader in Maria’s psychology makes the dieting slash weight loss process as absorbent as possible.
This book isn’t just about Maria. It’s fiction, but there is a real story behind it. It’s Maria: it’s you; it’s any woman who has trouble dieting; it’s for those who can’t stay on a diet, for those who stay on but at some point gain it all back.
It’s for those who keep trying and failing, for those who keep dreaming about losing weight, and for those who have given up the dream and want it back.
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