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Also by Ira M. Sacker:

Regaining Your Self, March 2007
Hardcover
Dying to Be Thin, August 1987
Trade Size (reprint)

Also by Shelia Buff:

Regaining Your Self, March 2007
Hardcover

Regaining Your Self
Ira M. Sacker, Shelia Buff

Breaking Free from the Eating Disorder Indenty: A Bold New Approach

Hyperion
March 2007
On Sale: March 6, 2007
224 pages
ISBN: 1401303056
EAN: 9781401303051
Hardcover
$24.95
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Self-Help Health

A new understanding and approach to eating disorders from a renowned expert, coauthor of the classic Dying to Be Thin

Nearly 5 percent of Americans face an eating disorder -- and eating disorders have the highest mortality rate of any mental illness. Long considered an affliction of young women, they are now common among young men, middle-aged women, and even children as young as five. This is a health crisis of epidemic proportions.

Regaining Your Self offers hope in the battle against eating disorders through a radical new therapy technique pioneered by Ira M. Sacker, M.D. A leader in the field, Dr. Sacker has been treating patients with eating disorders for thirty-five years. This breakthrough book, filled with firsthand accounts from patients, family members, friends, and others, provides what patients and their families desperately need: a therapeutic model that heals.

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Today - November 1, 2008
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