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Being unhappy with your weight will often impact many areas of your life and cause more stress than anyone should have to handle. Liberate yourself with this gentle, smart 28-day challenge.Each day looks at a different aspect of body image and diet, providing writing exercises designed to make it easy for you to form new habits.
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ISBN: 9781483507194
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