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I would recommend this book to women who have difficulty setting aside time for themselves.
Mar 20, 2008
I refer to this book all the time. The difference 10-15 minutes every other day can make is fantastic. I started out not being able to do the exercises without weights and was able to increase weights several times within just 6 weeks. Definitely a must for your library if you are struggling to find that exercise program that is liveable and effective. Contains motivation, inspiration, information, and comes through with the goods.
Publishers Weekly, 1996-12-02 Cheri Erdman (Nothing to Lose: Sane Living in a Larger Body) offers emotional support to large women with Live Large! Ideas, Affirmations, and Actions for Sane Living in a Larger Body, a collection of 140 meditations promoting a positive image and a celebration of one's size. Each page begins with a "Big Idea" (for empowerment) then "Fleshes It Out" (with an affirmation) and a "Size-Wise Action" (a specific task). Erdman, a psychotherapist, offers support and encouragement for women struggling to find a way to live with the bodies they have. (Harper San Francisco, $11 160p ISBN 0-06-251345-1; Jan.) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved
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