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    book review Breaking Through Betrayal: and Recovering the Peace Within Author: Holli Kenley Publisher: Loving Healing Press ISBN: 978-1615990092

    BOOK REVIEW: Recovering the Self: A Journal of Hope and Healing Volume II, Number 1 January 2010 Edited by: Ernest Dempsey Published by: Loving Healing Press ISBN: 978-1-932690-83-5

    book review, Children and Traumatic Incident Reduction Creative and Cognitive Approaches (Book #2 in the TIR Applications Series) Edited by: Marian K. Volkman, CTS, CMF Publisher: Loving Healing Press ISBN: 978-1-932690-30-9

    Book Review: EFT For Procrastination

    This book itemizes hundreds of alternative treatment modalities from A-Z. It separates therapies by body, mind and spirit and is a comprehensive review of many unknown, ..some obscure, yet effective therapies. A good overview for someone wanting to get familiar with alternative care.

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    Dr. Valdez discusses the effectiveness of prolo therapy- a natural healing method used via injection of natural substances to support and rebuild ligaments and tissue.

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    About thirty million Americans who smoke say they want to quit, but lack the motivation. "Smoking: 201 Reasons to Quit" by author Muriel L. Crawford, provides that motivation by focusing on why you should not smoke, rather than how to quit. The book contains a complete in-depth explanation of the dangers and disadvantages of smoking. The book includes discussions of problems caused by nicotine addiction, the best methods of quitting tobacco, the health hazards of secondhand smoke to others, and the ways that smoking increases the dangers of injury and death.

    In" Excuse Me, Your Life is Waiting!" author Robert Boich details his battle with substance abuse and his decision to lead a sober lifesytle. He realized if he didn?t change his life, he would be incarcerated or die all alone. In this compelling, personal narrative, Boich shares his personal struggles and insights encountered during his first six months of recovery. "Excuse Me, Your Life is Waiting!" describes the many changes Boich made in his life. More than just eliminating certain people and places from a daily routine, he illustrates how a successful recovery requires a brand-new approach in dealing with life. Blending personal thoughts with helpful information, Excuse Me, Your Life is Waiting! discusses the ideas and tools used in an addict's early recovery.

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