A must-have resource for pursuing wellness, coping with illness, and developing a plan to care for all the health needs of life
At no time in history has America been more health-conscious and more aware of the significant relationship between the health of the body and the wellness of the mind and soul. The media and the Internet provide an overwhelming amount of often-contradictory information from professionals and amateurs alike, causing confusion and frustration. Whose expertise and advice can be trusted?
Both personal belief and empirical research support Dr. Walt Larimores approach to caring for the whole personbody, mind, and spirit. He brings inspiring passion, trustworthy expertise, and joyful faith to the health care discussion.
10 Essentials of Highly Healthy People provides: Guidance on how to find accurate and reliable cutting-edge information about illnesses Guidance on how to locate reliable, scientific data about treatment options, risks, and benefits Guidance concerning the right questions to ask of health care practitioners Greater self-awareness regarding the intimate connection and interplay between physical, mental, relational, and spiritual health Guidance on how to recruit compassionate, emotional, and spiritual support and direction during an illness Specific tools to use in coping and/or healing A faith-enhanced biblical perspective on health and illness and how God can use either in his greater purpose
Features include: Easy-to-use index Resource index offering stable health websites, 800 numbers, addresses, and books on health Questions to ask a doctor to understand treatment options in times of illness
Dr. Larimore's straight forward, easy to read, and practical advice is great. It makes so much sense and his tone is so motivationg. I'd love to have this guy as my doctor!Published on March 11 2003 by Marilyn
Concise, amusing, helpful and entertaining look at how to improve your health by engaging all areas of your life: physical, emotional, and spiritual. Read morePublished on Feb. 24 2003 by BC