Dr Miranda, pain specialist AND expert patient, provides a practical and empathetic guide to her revolutionary approach to living with pain and minimising the experience of pain rather than fighting it
While knowledge on substance abuse and addictions is expanding, clinical practice lags behind. This book describes what treatment and prevention would look like if it were based on the best science available.
Approaching retirement and daunted by the change? Packed with practical advice that's grounded in psychological research, this book answers all the questions you're likely to ask yourself at every stage of retirement, from planning and approaching, to transitioning and the long-term, providing a roadmap for managing change in the best way for you.
After a revelation at a sacred site of the Black Madonna in Europe, the author realized that being spiritual for her was intricately tied to her view of her body. Rather than transcending the body, denying or ignoring it, she found that she must accept her body as sacred. This title deals with religion.
An exploration of the author's thought as he looks back over his life, searching to justify his actions, to defend himself against his critics and to elaborate upon his philosophy. It describes his sense of isolation from a society he felt had rejected his writings.
Part reminiscence, part meditation, Reveries of the Solitary Walker is Rousseau's last great work, the enduring testimony of an alienated person seeking self-knowledge. As he records his walks round Paris, he finds happiness in solitude and nature. The new translation includes an introduction and notes that explore the work and its contexts.
Provides all the information and support you need to take control of type 2 diabetes and, potentially, to reverse it. Based on the research and proven results, this title outlines the key steps you need to take to turn around your health: watch what you eat, get more active, monitor your progress and commit to change.
The evidence is in. The latest research into type 2 diabetes shows that for some people it's possible to put diabetes into remission and for others they can prevent or at least delay the complications of diabetes. Reversing Diabetes explores what these findings mean for you.