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Thursday, December 19, 2013

Free Download. WINTER DEVOTIONS edition of Broken Body, Wounded Spirit: Balancing the See-Saw of Chronic Pain by Celeste Cooper, RN and Jeff Miller, PhD


December 21st marks the first day of Winter, the Solstice. As our gift to you, download the Kindle version for free this Saturday and Sunday beginning at 12:00 AM until midnight of December 22nd, Pacific Time. We would be delighted if you take a few moments to leave a review on Amazon by scrolling down the page to Comments and click on the button, "Write a Review."

Available here.
Find Kindle apps for PC, Apple, and android devices here.



Inside the cover:
“Chronic pain is a tyrant that seeks to control every aspect of a person's life—body, mind, and spirit. Broken Body, Wounded Spirit offers pain sufferers’ guidance in fending off the tyrant and regaining control over their lives. Celeste and Jeff do a beautiful job of blending practical suggestions, inspirational quotes, and delightful seasonal images into daily nuggets of wisdom that uplift and fortify the body, mind, and spirit.”

Karen Lee Richards, Fibromyalgia Editor, ProHealth, prohealth.com/, and Chronic Pain Health Guide, HealthCentral, healthcentral.com/chronic-pain/.


“Broken Body, Wounded Spirit is a warm and thoughtful prescription to honor oneself in the face of challenge, not just chronic pain. It is perfectly sprinkled with invaluable wisdom to address every aspect of wellbeing. This is a laugh out loud toolkit with humorous sayings, photos and lessons for lifestyle change bundled into a special 90-day guide to celebrate health.”

Lisa Marianni, RN, MBA, Consultant and previous Senior Director, Sharecare Provider Solutions in Atlanta, GA

Don’t miss the forward too, read more from inside the cover here.


Sneak Peek, Pages 144-145:



“Of all the people you will know in a lifetime, you are the only one you will never leave nor lose. 
To the question of your life, you are the only answer.  
To the problems in your life, you are the only solution.”  

~Jo Coudert, author of
Advice From A Failure, GoWell, and more…


eWinter f
Day Sixty-two

Final Analysis, Part I

How ironic it is that when we can count down our final breaths, we have no concern whatsoever for what others think of our person, ideas, and beliefs.  Lives once lived secondary to fear of the judgment of others, of fitting in and participating in trends, fashions, and opinions are now freed to experience the folly of their yardsticks.

What is ultimately important is personal integrity.  You never leave you.  You create and recreate you. You give yourself that final report card and you sign it. Excuses are not pertinent nor are they accepted. 

Dignity, integrity, love and commitment are what matter, everything else is confetti swept to the gutters from a parade we can barely remember.

In the final analysis, what is my yardstick?

To be continued, Part II will be in the “Spring” edition.


The books in this series are filled with famous quotes, affirmations and pleasing photos that the authors hope you will find motivating and rewarding as you pursue your journey in learning to live with chronic pain. 

Available in paperback at all major online retailers soon, 237 pages, 6” x 9.”
eBook in Kindle format available here.
(Don’t have a Kindle? Get the Kindle app for your PC,  here.


Read more about Celeste and other books here.
Or on her website here by clicking on the “About the Books” tab.


3 comments:

tloree said...

I have tried to get this free download and On Amazon it is not showing up free

Celeste Cooper said...

Try this link. http://www.amazon.com/Broken-Body-Wounded-Spirit-Balancing-ebook/dp/B00HAVXLYO/ref=sr_1_3?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1387663215&sr=1-3&keywords=celeste+cooper

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