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Publication Date: 2007
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Why do women choose comfort food when they are really craving something else? What if they could stop settling for second best and give their souls what they are really seeking? Would they be content? Perhaps they would glean a deeper understanding of their emotions. Most importantly, they might be able to get into their skinny jeans and stay there. With her trademark wit and insight, Karen Linamen helps women everywhere discover what they are really hungering for--and laugh out loud in the process.
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Karen Linamen is the bestselling author of ten humorous self-help books for women, including Just Hand Over the Chocolate and No One Will Get Hurt, as well as three children's books. Dubbed "the queen of good humor and common sense" by the Literary Guild, Karen lives with her family in Colorado Springs, speaks all over the country and hides her chocolate wrappers in the piano.
In Chocolatherapy: Satisfying the Deepest Cravings of Your Inner Chick, Karen Linamen asks, "What could our lives be like if, instead of trying to satiate those deeper longings with food, we stopped settling for quick fixes and tasty substitutes and gave our souls whatever they might really be seeking?"
Linamen identifies eleven things women crave and suggests a healthier alternative to satisfy the deepest longings within a woman. She helps women seek to better understand their emotions and more importantly, get into their skinny jeans and stay there.
In Chocolatherapy. Linamen also provides a community of support through "The Chocolaphile Files," a collection of e-mails from women who love their chocolate, but have learned to cope, hope and live a better, healthier life. Tackling the sweet topic of chocolate once again, Karen Linamen, author of Just Hand Over the Chocolate and No One Will Get Hurt is back to writing women's humor and dreading the upcoming swimsuit season a little less.