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I'm In Here Somewhere: Memoir of a Food Addict by Celeste Prater is not only for those who are addicted to food but also for those who are addicted to bad habits and those who make excuses all the time. The book speaks about Chad Dean's fight with obesity, his destructive relationship with the word 'denial', and the potency of the word 'excuses'. Chad Dean's internal struggles will be motivating to many readers out there who are battling the bulge and want to overcome it. The tips and the tools in this book will make readers ponder on the excuses they use on a daily basis and will encourage them to change their perspective and get themselves back on the right track. Chad Dean is indeed a great personality and his life story is uplifting.
The author speaks about Chad Dean's life and lifestyle in detail, giving glimpses of his personal space and his love for junk food. The book is honest and the pictures give readers images of Chad Dean and how obese he was; around 325 - 350 pounds. The tips and tools in the book are not only for readers who want to become fit but also for those who want to get rid of the bad habits they are addicted to and do not know how to break. The author has listed the costs of indifference; the hard costs and intangible costs and they are scary indeed. It is a good memoir for readers who are looking to change their lifestyle and eating habits. So what are you waiting for? Stop making excuses and get down to doing it.