Educator and eating disorder expert Geneen Roth’s deeply personal essays illuminate the possibility of being free from the endless chatter of the mind and its narratives of pain, humiliation, anger and suffering. Roth suffered life-altering setbacks and used their lessons to start the “drop the Me Project," ending the practice of constantly focusing on self-improvement. Her essays speak to those who want to focus on their lives and success and not on negative inner voices.
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New York Times best-selling educator Geneen Roth teaches writing workshops about personal growth and speaks nationally, including on 20/20 and the Today Show.
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