Nagging pain and our sixth sense, are you in touch with your body? Do you listen when your body talks?
A sampling of topics found in Broken Body, Wounded Spirit: Balancing the See-Saw of Chronic Pain, Spring Devotions
- Listen to what our body has to say.
- Identify new activities, medication, food, or disrupted sleep pattern that could be contributing to our pain.
- Surrender to our sixth sense.
- Know the “yeast beast”.
- Sort the mail of our mind.
- Identify and pay attention to perpetuating factors.
- Keep our candles burning?
- Know our body and mind stress signs.
- Surrender is not an option.
- Kindness is an antidepressant.
- Medication safety and reporting.
- Watch out for steep drop-offs.
- … and much more.
"This, the last of Celeste and Jeff's four seasonal devotions books, may just be the best of all. From its practical suggestions to its inspirational quotes and photos, Spring Devotions offers chronic pain sufferers daily bite-sized, easily digestible tidbits that educate, encourage and empower us to take control of our health and our lives. And as someone who likes to jot down personal thoughts in my devotionals, I especially appreciate the extra space for notes. All in all, Broken Body, Wounded Spirit…: Spring Devotions is a valuable asset for anyone living with chronic pain."
~Karen Lee Richards, Editor-in-Chief, Pro Health
|Balancing Chronic Pain in Spring|
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Celeste Cooper, RN
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