Geneen Roth is an American author and speaker who links disordered eating with issues that extend past body image, weight, and food into spirituality and sense of self.
Trust the process, trust your longing for freedom. Eventually you will stop wanting to do anything that interferes with the increasing brightness you have come to associate with being alive.
This is how Geneen Roth remembers her time as an emotional overeater and self-starver. After years of struggle, Roth finally broke free from the destructive cycle of bingeing and purging.
Geneen Roth reminds us that our bodies are the vehicles that carry us through life and why we shouldn't take them for granted.
Something happens every time I stop fighting with the way things are. Something happens to every one of my students when they stop running their familiar programs about fear and deficiency and emptiness.
Geneen Roth, author of 'Women Food and God,' explains how your relationship to food is a microcosm for your life.
A provocative new book reveals the self-defeating truth about dieting, while lighting the path to a full and healthy life. Says Oprah, “This book is an opportunity to finally end the war with weight and unlock the door to freedom.”
Geneen Roth discusses our relationship with food.
Two women were standing near a party buffet. One woman eyed the garlic-mashed potatoes and said, “Oh God, they look so good! But I promised myself I'd stay on a low-carb diet for at least three weeks, and this is only day two.”
My new book, “This Messy, Magnificent Life,” comes out on March 6, 2018.