The Resource You are enough, Jen Petro-Roy

You are enough, Jen Petro-Roy

Label
You are enough
Title
You are enough
Statement of responsibility
Jen Petro-Roy
Creator
Author
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
This self-help guide for young readers delivers real talk about eating disorders and body image; tools and information for recovery; and suggestions for dealing with the media messages that contribute so much to disordered eating, written in a easy-to-understand, conversational way
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Petro-Roy, Jen
Dewey number
616.85/2600835
Index
no index present
Intended audience
9-12
LC call number
RC552.E18
LC item number
P47 2019
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Eating disorders in adolescence
  • Eating disorders in adolescence
  • Body image in adolescence
  • Body image in adolescence
  • Eating disorders in adolescence
Target audience
juvenile
Label
You are enough, Jen Petro-Roy
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
MY JOURNEY. The fight -- Path to the other side -- My limitations -- ABOUT EATING DISORDERS. What types of treatments are available? -- Individual talk therapy -- Psychiatrists -- Family therapy -- Medical care -- Dietitians -- Support groups -- Family-based treatment -- Outpatient care -- Partial hospitalization -- Inpatient care --Residential care -- How to find a therapist -- TOOLS AND INFORMATION FOR RECOVERY. Listening to your body -- Why is eating so hard? -- Intuitive eating -- Exercise: are you hungry? -- Nutrition: more than a food group -- Healthy eating -- Chronic illness an eating disorders -- Nutritionists -- Fat isn't bad -- Retraining your body to eat regularly again -- Refeeding syndrome and dealing with discomfort -- Self-esteem -- The scale does not dictate your self-worth -- Why finding joy is hard --Feeling happier -- Finding contentment and joy -- Anxiety -- Trusting your body -- The diversity of people's brains -- Tool kit of distress tolerance skills -- Types of anxiety and techniques -- Distract -- Make a list of pros and cons -- IMPROVE the moment: Imagery-Meaning-Prayer-Relaxation-One thing at a time-Vacation-Encouragement --- Wise mind ACCEPTS: Activity-Contributing-Comparison-Emotions-Pushing away-Thoughts-Sensations -- Self-soothing: taste, smell, sight,hearing, touch -- Use your voice and feeling confident -- Speaking up to friends and family -- What are you afraid of? -- Cognitive reframing: changing your thoughts -- How thoughts, feelings, and emotions are connected -- Learning to accept others' opinions, even when they're negative -- Watching your thought cycle -- Changing negative thoughts -- Relaxation is important for recovery -- Learning to be still and other ways of relaxing -- Yoga -- Sleep -- Mindfulness exercises -- A peaceful minute -- Thinking of your eating disorder as a person -- Using your voice amid the clamor of "its" voice -- Admitting struggles and being vulnerable -- It's okay to need help -- It's okay to reach out -- Saying the things you're afraid to say -- SOCIETY, ROLE MODELS, FAMILY, & MEDIA. Is BMI nonsense? Why it exists -- "Obese" is a made-up label --Why you should ignore the media''s "war on obesity" -- Being underweight is dangerous -- Puberty and body diversity -- Gender and puberty -- How I feel about my appearance and fitting in -- It's okay to be different -- Size and appearance obsession can hurt us -- Find what you're good at --Impostor Syndrome and Perfectionism -- Sports and possible harmful messages about exercise -- Sometimes you feel bad about yourself, and that's okay -- What do you really want out of life? -- Adopting role models -- Admiration, not envy -- Media literacy -- How family and environment factor into eating disorders -- When family makes your disordered eating worse -- "Fat talk" -- Expressing with "I feel when..." statements -- Family issues -- Encouraging friends -- The pressure to look perfect -- AS YOU RECOVER. When your eating disorder is more important than family and friends -- Are you lying to hide your disorder or excessive exercise? -- Disordered eating may make you feel better in the moment, but it hurts in the end -- Connecting to people you love will make you feel better -- You can't have your eating disorder forever -- Making new friends -- Earning back the trust of people you've hurt -- Strengthening relationships -- Clothes shopping and sizes -- Don't let a tag determine your worth! -- Sizes are inconsistent -- Finding clothes that fit your body and budget -- Body image and changes -- Dieting doesn't help -- Your body is supposed to change throughout your life -- It gets better -- Will I relapse? Struggling is okay -- Keeping lapses from becoming relapses -- Scholarship funds for treatment -- Body-positive and inspirational fiction and nonfiction reads
Dimensions
22 cm
Extent
xlviii, 283 pages
Isbn
9781250151025
Lccn
2018019396
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (OCoLC)1028183900
  • (OCoLC)on1028183900
  • 3511878
  • 3531631
Label
You are enough, Jen Petro-Roy
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
MY JOURNEY. The fight -- Path to the other side -- My limitations -- ABOUT EATING DISORDERS. What types of treatments are available? -- Individual talk therapy -- Psychiatrists -- Family therapy -- Medical care -- Dietitians -- Support groups -- Family-based treatment -- Outpatient care -- Partial hospitalization -- Inpatient care --Residential care -- How to find a therapist -- TOOLS AND INFORMATION FOR RECOVERY. Listening to your body -- Why is eating so hard? -- Intuitive eating -- Exercise: are you hungry? -- Nutrition: more than a food group -- Healthy eating -- Chronic illness an eating disorders -- Nutritionists -- Fat isn't bad -- Retraining your body to eat regularly again -- Refeeding syndrome and dealing with discomfort -- Self-esteem -- The scale does not dictate your self-worth -- Why finding joy is hard --Feeling happier -- Finding contentment and joy -- Anxiety -- Trusting your body -- The diversity of people's brains -- Tool kit of distress tolerance skills -- Types of anxiety and techniques -- Distract -- Make a list of pros and cons -- IMPROVE the moment: Imagery-Meaning-Prayer-Relaxation-One thing at a time-Vacation-Encouragement --- Wise mind ACCEPTS: Activity-Contributing-Comparison-Emotions-Pushing away-Thoughts-Sensations -- Self-soothing: taste, smell, sight,hearing, touch -- Use your voice and feeling confident -- Speaking up to friends and family -- What are you afraid of? -- Cognitive reframing: changing your thoughts -- How thoughts, feelings, and emotions are connected -- Learning to accept others' opinions, even when they're negative -- Watching your thought cycle -- Changing negative thoughts -- Relaxation is important for recovery -- Learning to be still and other ways of relaxing -- Yoga -- Sleep -- Mindfulness exercises -- A peaceful minute -- Thinking of your eating disorder as a person -- Using your voice amid the clamor of "its" voice -- Admitting struggles and being vulnerable -- It's okay to need help -- It's okay to reach out -- Saying the things you're afraid to say -- SOCIETY, ROLE MODELS, FAMILY, & MEDIA. Is BMI nonsense? Why it exists -- "Obese" is a made-up label --Why you should ignore the media''s "war on obesity" -- Being underweight is dangerous -- Puberty and body diversity -- Gender and puberty -- How I feel about my appearance and fitting in -- It's okay to be different -- Size and appearance obsession can hurt us -- Find what you're good at --Impostor Syndrome and Perfectionism -- Sports and possible harmful messages about exercise -- Sometimes you feel bad about yourself, and that's okay -- What do you really want out of life? -- Adopting role models -- Admiration, not envy -- Media literacy -- How family and environment factor into eating disorders -- When family makes your disordered eating worse -- "Fat talk" -- Expressing with "I feel when..." statements -- Family issues -- Encouraging friends -- The pressure to look perfect -- AS YOU RECOVER. When your eating disorder is more important than family and friends -- Are you lying to hide your disorder or excessive exercise? -- Disordered eating may make you feel better in the moment, but it hurts in the end -- Connecting to people you love will make you feel better -- You can't have your eating disorder forever -- Making new friends -- Earning back the trust of people you've hurt -- Strengthening relationships -- Clothes shopping and sizes -- Don't let a tag determine your worth! -- Sizes are inconsistent -- Finding clothes that fit your body and budget -- Body image and changes -- Dieting doesn't help -- Your body is supposed to change throughout your life -- It gets better -- Will I relapse? Struggling is okay -- Keeping lapses from becoming relapses -- Scholarship funds for treatment -- Body-positive and inspirational fiction and nonfiction reads
Dimensions
22 cm
Extent
xlviii, 283 pages
Isbn
9781250151025
Lccn
2018019396
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (OCoLC)1028183900
  • (OCoLC)on1028183900
  • 3511878
  • 3531631

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