Lost and Found

Lost and Found

Unexpected Revelations About Food and Money

Book - 2011
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The #1 New York Times bestselling author of "Women, Food and God" explores how emotional issues with money mirror those with food and dieting.
Publisher: New York : Viking, 2011
ISBN: 9780670022717
Branch Call Number: Business & Career 332.024 Rot


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Jan 01, 2014

The only other book I've read by Geneen Roth was "Feeding the Hungry Heart", which she wrote some 20 years ago and which I remember as an excellent book.
On that basis I borrowed "Lost and Found", expecting it to have useful insights about the correlation between attitudes about food and attitudes about money. It does, but they are buried in a lot of filler about Roth's loss of her million-dollar life savings in the Bernie Madoff scam. If you're interested in reading about Roth's family and financial story, this is a good book; if you're looking to understand women's attitudes about money and how they can be changed, it's not so good.

May 12, 2011

Surprising revelations from a victim of Bernie Madoff.
I could not put the book down for long.
Good read for women, with some fresh ideas on the way we think about food and money.
Gave me pause for thought and hope for change.


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