101 Ways to Help Your Daughter Love Her Body
Brenda Richardson, Elane Rehr
Journalist Richardson and clinical psychologist Rehr, both mothers of teenage girls, closely examine the experience of girls today, and offer suggestions for counteracting the media, fashion trends, the lure of Barbie and other cultural input that may negatively impact a girl's confidence and self-image.
The Body Burden
Living in the shadow of Barbie
Through autobiographical prose, Stacey openly discloses her battle with body image. She deftly chronicles both her struggles and her triumphs, in the hope of aiding women similarly in pain.
The New Teenage Body Book
A handbook for teenagers discussing such topics as the male and female bodies, health, grooming, emotions, various aspects of sex, eating disorders, depression, drugs, and sexually transmitted diseases.
The Broken Mirror
Understanding and Treating Body Dysmorphic Disorder
Katharine A. Phillips
Dr. Phillips draws on years of clinical practice and detailed interviews with more than 200 patients to bring readers the first book on body dysmorphic disorder, or BDD.
200 Ways To Love The Body You Have
More than loving your looks, it helps you see the profound role that your body plays in your personal life as well as revealing the ways your body is central to living on this planet and in spiritual growth.
The Body Image Workbook
Thomas F. Cash
An eight-step program to evaluate negative body image, change self-defeating "private body talk," and create a more pleasurable, affirming relationship with the body.
You Are More Than What You Weigh
After ten years of leading eating disorder groups, the author has developed more than a few exercises that helped drive home the point. Her clients needed help learning to love themselves, no matter what the scales said.