How to Have A Healthy Relationship with Food and Body Image in the Digital Age
“Anyone who has ever had a ‘complicated’ relationship with food or their body will benefit from this book.” ―Brenna O’Malley, registered dietitian and founder of The Wellful
#1 New Release in Human-Computer Interaction, Eating Disorder Self-Help, and Computer Science
A new conversation about the media and radical self-love, A Body to Love provides lessons on positively navigating body image in a social media saturated world.
Forming healthy relationships with the internet. To Angelina Caruso, recovery meant finding her tribe―a community that offered support, encouragement, and zero judgement. But she never imagined finding them online. Now a health and wellness blogger, she narrates the progression of a body image disorder and her unusual path to recovery.
Self-help healing through community. Grouped into lessons and warnings, this fresh take on social networks follows the author’s personal battle with a near-fatal eating disorder, the online relationships that helped her heal, and the eventual community she cultivated. Part social media guide and part body image and eating disorder workbook, you’ll learn to detect body image issues, heal as a mindful consumer, and inspire others as a content producer.
Inside this interactive book, adult and teen readers alike will find:
- Handy charts
- Journal prompts
- Breathing exercises
- Bonus recipes for mindful eating
- And much more!
If you’re looking for a body positivity journal, body image gifts, or mindful eating books―like The Self-Love Workbook for Women, The Body Is Not an Apology, More Than a Body, or Influencer―then you’ll want to own A Body to Love.