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“Worrying about food, dieting, and body image consumed me for a long time,” Lori Williams writes. “I was constantly creating new dietary plans, failing to live up to my expectations, and then feeling guilty. It was exhausting. Then, several years ago I chanced upon an emotionally and physically healthy approach to achieving the peace of mind I craved and have been free from the burden ever since.”

In Stop Thinking About It, Lori shares a simple, candid view of her journey with hope that those who identify with her years of frustration might also find hope and lasting peace.

This is not a diet book, nor is it a weight loss book—though dropping weight once and for all is a great side effect. It is about how you, regardless of your size, can be free from the ever-present emotional battle surrounding food, weight, and critical body image.

It all begins when you stop thinking about it.

Kirkus Review: "Her unfailing supportive tone complements the easy-to-follow program, while charming illustrations, and relatable anecdotes freshen up the decidedly gloomy prospect of self-improvement. Readers will feel like they've just had a pleasant chat with an honest, knowledgeable friend, instead of a lecture by yet another self-described diet expert."

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