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Breaking the Bonds of Irritable Bowel Syndrome Maff Hot
Written by Maff     October 29, 2009    
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A Psychological Approach to Regaining Control of Your Life

by Barbara B. Bolem, Ph.D.

One of the challenges of living with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is coping with the stress that triggers the illness. In this book, a clinical psychologist provides a comprehensive overview of IBS, describes its treatments, and helps readers establish healthy new eating habits. Using self-monitoring forms and charts, sufferers learn to manage their symptoms, develop strategies to handle flare-ups, and deal with the anxiety and depression that often accompany this common disorder.


About the Author:
Barbara Bradley Bolen, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist with a private practice on Long Island, New York, who writes extensively about IBS. She serves as the Guide to Irritable Bowel Syndrome for the web site, and is the author of Breaking the Bonds of Irritable Bowel Syndrome and the co-author of IBS Chat: Real Life Stories and Solutions.

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