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Publisher's Summary

End the cycle of relapse and yo-yo dieting to create sustained weight loss and lasting recovery by embracing a total reframe on food addiction from the New York Times best-selling author of Bright Line Eating.

Do you think excessively about your food and weight? Are you plagued by food cravings? Do you wonder how other people get "full" so quickly while you just want to keep eating? Are you able to go long stretches with your program, only to crash and burn and have to dig out of the ditch - yet again?

Not only is food addiction very real, it's the hardest addiction to beat. It's exhausting and demoralizing. But there is a solution.

With her groundbreaking Rezoom Reframe, Susan Peirce Thompson, PhD, founder of Bright Line Eating, offers a new way to conceptualize food recovery. She shares the essential steps to avoiding the short-lived highs and vicious lows of relapse by helping you understand the psychological and biological origins of addiction and then giving you the system to break free. Woven throughout are lessons from Everett Considine, acclaimed Internal Family Systems practitioner, to help you overcome your inner resistance so you can finally stay on track in those moments of self-sabotage.

It is possible to live free from the tyranny of relapse. Let Susan and Everett help you to permanently unshackle yourself, find the sustainable way to manage your food, and enjoy your brightest life.

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A must have book in your library

The author, Susan Pierce Thompson PhD, has saved my life with her teaching. Her book Bright Line Eating is brilliant and SO IS THIS BOOK. You will find it highly recommended. For 5 years she has helped me keep my recovery from food addiction and alcoholism. This writing is collaborated with Everett Considine and he brings a solution to do the inner work necessary to maintain my 100 lb weight loss. Get this book for yourself and get one for that person you love that needs help releasing weight.

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The information in this book is life changing. It is scientific information that is presented in a usable, down to earth way. The personal touch of experience creates a valid resource for those wanting to understand how to overcome addiction to foods that can be harmful if not understood. Great book!!!

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Good information but annoying way of reading

I listened to the first book, Bright Line Eating and I found her way of reading good. Good neutral tone, reading for adults and the information is very valuable.

In the case of Rezoom she reads the way I imagine she reads stories to a six year old or a very dumb person. I found it very annoying. I had to skip some chapters to reach the end.

Please re-edit this title with someone that reads it for adults, with more neutrality.

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Great follow-up to Bright Line Eating!!

Great book. All of us fall off the wagon from time to time and need a refresh or ReZoom!! This book is perfect for that time. I always enjoy listening to/reading books by Susan Peirce Thompson, but was new to Everett Considine. What a great author/presenter of IFS (Internal Family Systems)!! I really enjoyed the ‘parts work’ part of the book. So appreciate this book.

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A must read for food addicts

Wow this book was super helpful with understanding why I eat the way I do. I am very excited to dive into parts work, a more compassionate way of looking at my eating. Thank you Susan and Everett for creating this super helpful and informative book!

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Positive Life Changing information

My relationship with food has improved as I worked my way through this book. Great!

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Great book - annoying narration!

This book has awesome information and is put together in a great easy to understand way…very inspiring. But Susan’s narration was so disappointing! There was so much she wanted to emphasize that she was super emphatic and each word was a struggle. Sometimes I would lose track of what she was trying to say because each word was so separate from the next. Everett’s narration was great.

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Help for the food adict

For the food addict this book gives hope, for their families it gives understanding.

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Amazing

So in-depth and helpful. Love these authors. A must read for anybody who has tried multiple ways to lose weight.

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Riveting and Rings Completely effin Spot-On

it's hard to believe that any approach to food can work for those of us who have struggled our whole lives with it. but this book goes into what has not yet been explored about why we go off and believe we can never get back on again. and what to do about it.

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  • 03-21-22

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This book is very short on 'How to' or practical steps. It self promotes the BrightLine book at least 100 times and I found it depressing that so many chapters simply focus on the different ways you are broken or she was. What I wanted was practical steps and a workable framework but its simply not there. After reading a number of similar titles within this category I'm baffled as to how the reviews from others captured so many stars?
This is the worst review I've ever written for a book and its uncomfortable doing so but I really am just so disappointed.

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  • 01-31-22

Very informative, encouraging and motivating

I found this book very interesting, factual and real. I was able to relate to many of the scenarios used as example and gain an explanation as to why my struggles have been challenging, they have been real, food addiction is a thing and recovery is possible. Support is golden and the right actions explained by Susan and Everett will steer you on the the right path to rcovery; emotionally, spiritually and physically. This book offers amazing tools, guidance and suggestions for support. If you are serious for a change in life and willing to really put the work into yourself, the food neutrality and peace can be found and life opens up to endless opportunities or joy, fun and a richness of health. Thank you Susan and Everett I highly recommend this read and Bright Line Eating.

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  • 01-03-22

Excellent

I’m one chapter in and as expected book does not disappoint. A great companion book to other Bright Line Eating titles. Highly recommend to those commencing or for those who wish to progress their BLE journey.

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  • Pamela Adams
  • 01-02-22

Love this book and Bright Line Eating

Another tool in the tool box for living happy thin and free. Thank You.

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  • 01-02-22

Great book

This is the only book one will ever need to get off the dieting hamster wheel. The food plan is flexible but exact and there are lots of practical and psychological tools to lose the weight and keep it off