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Broken Body, Wounded Spirit: Balancing the See Saw of Chronic Pain: Fall Devotions (Volume 1) Paperback – October 5, 2012
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Broken Body, Wounded Spirit: Balancing the See Saw of Chronic Pain, Fall Devotions is the first in a series of 4 books.
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-Jan Favero Chambers, President, National Fibromyalgia and Chronic Pain Association
"Celeste Cooper thoughtfully shares her experience with chronic pain to help empower others to wholeheartedly live a more fulfilling and mindful life. 'Embrace what we cannot change and strive to change the things we can...' She wittingly shares healthy action strategies to help set focus on "glory days" and less on the pain. With heartfelt passion and self-awareness, Celeste and Jeff help to inspire others living with chronic pain."
- Barbara Ficarra, RN, BSN, MPA, Founder Healthin30.com, Health Educator, Award-Winning Broadcast Journalist, Featured Writer The Huffington Post, Sharecare Editorial Advisory Board
"What a wonderful book. Celeste Cooper and Jeff Miller bring inspiration and healing wisdom to those who seek relief from their symptoms or are facing illness."
- Deirdre Rawlings, PhD, ND. -- author of Foods that Fight Fibromyalgia, Fairwinds (2012)."
"The goal of living with any chronic illness is to focus on the living and move the illness to the periphery. This book beautifully collects the wisdom of the author and of the ages as daily exercises to focus on life, growth, and health despite the presence of pain. Best wishes to all who use this book to reclaim life day by day."
- Patricia Geraghty, RNC, MSN, FNP-BC, Sharecare Editorial Advisory Board
"This book is a delight. From the dark world of pain and suffering comes the voice of human courage. For so many people who struggle with chronic pain, and the devoted friends who watch them and hold them, this is the map to guide them on their journey. Each page is a lamp to light the path. Keep this gentle book by your side and read it often with the one who loves you. Thank you Celeste and Jeff for your book, it is a source of strength for the soul."
-Dr John Whiteside MBBS, BSc, registered medical practitioner, specializing in pain and was trained by Dr Janet Travell. (Australia)
"A book that does not call, it motivates one into action! It guides those with chronic pain through self-evaluation of their physical, psychological, emotional, and spiritual health, while providing education on many options available for their consideration. This will help individuals engage in their own care and personal growth. The distinctive journey each daily activity inspires readers to take is truly the icing on the cake!"
-Meshea Crysup, Founder & Director fibroLIFE
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Uplifting quotations, thoughts.
Well-formed and helpful diary-form record of pain and relief, ideal for presenting to Pain Management Personnel.
Positively and empathically written, with the sufferer in mind.
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This is wonderful to help people understand about chronic illness and how it is for those of us who deal with them