Letters To My Girlfriend About Love, Weight, And Peaceful Revolution Shella Vugomzki Author
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This book is an intimate account of the author’s journey to a healthier and fitter body, self-love, high self-esteem and spirituality against the backdrop of different socio-political and cultural environments of the former Soviet Union, the Middle East and Australia. The ’learn and adapt’ approach of the immigrant has been applied to the discovery of a lifestyle, promoting health, self-respect and high self-esteem.The central theme of the book is escape from the situation in which ’food, food and more food’ rules by the oppression of other vital needs. The image of Alkatraz, which used to be a high security prison, appears as a symbol of mental confinement that food addicts find themselves in.Addressed to a female friend, the letters contain real experiences of the author, her comments and views on different lifestyles aimed to motivate and inspire a reader to make conscious choices regarding personal well-being. Although written for women, this book can also help male readers to gain a better understanding of some of the challenges women face.


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