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review 2017-07-14 11:22
Bruises that Won't Heal by rankwriter
Bruises that Won't Heal - rankwriter

A dark slavefic in which Jensen is bought and mutilated by mad sheik Christian Kane. The only light in his darkness is his contact with warrior Jared.

Source: archiveofourown.org/works/859106
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review 2017-05-12 02:36
Healing Vets of the 9/11 Wars and others too
Vets for Vets: Harnessing the Power of Vets to Heal - Dr. Gerald Alpern

This book is short and sweet and to the point.  It is somewhat redundant though packed with really good information.

 

It is helpful for the Mental Health Professional (MHP), for the Vet (I am not a Veteran so I am assuming here), and families and friends of Vets, and the average citizen.

 

This book discusses the failures of the VA and how to truly help Vets overcome PTSD, TBI, and re-acclimate into the community and guess what it takes the community to help as well.  

 

This is a very good book that more members of Congress and the President and leadership of the VA need to read.  

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text 2017-05-12 02:27
How to help Vets of the 9/11 Wars and Vets from other wars too
Vets for Vets: Harnessing the Power of Vets to Heal - Dr. Gerald Alpern

This book is short and sweet and to the point.  It is somewhat redundant though packed with really good information.

 

It is helpful for the Mental Health Professional (MHP), for the Vet (I am not a Veteran so I am assuming here), and families and friends of Vets, and the average citizen.

 

This book discusses the failures of the VA and how to truly help Vets overcome PTSD, TBI, and re-acclimate into the community and guess what it takes the community to help as well.  

 

This is a very good book that more members of Congress and the President and leadership of the VA need to read.  

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review 2017-01-10 01:20
All Is Well: Heal Your Body with Medicine, Affirmations, and Intuition - Louise L. Hay,Mona Lisa Schulz

My main gripe as regards this book is that it does not seem to have been written by Louise Hay, which obviously I was expecting, because of her name on the cover. (I know she is getting on in age, but still.) If I had known it had been written by Mona Lisa Schultz, apparently alone, I would not have ordered it. The only visible contribution by Louise is her usual affirmations for the various complaints and information about their emotional causes, as we´ve seen in Louise´s previous books. All these are good, of course, but not really new.

 

Louise does write a “welcome”, where she tells us that she loves and adores her co-author, but this was obviously not enough.

 

The various chapters are built around the “seven emotional centers” and the illness and complaints pertaining to these. Most interesting were the sections entitled “From the clinic files” where real case histories are described.

 

There´s too much about medicine, Mona Lisa being a doctor. We are regaled with the names of all sorts of medicines – Xanax, Ativan, Valium, Klonopin, morphine, codeine, Dilaudid, Demerol, heroin, Oxycodone, Benadryl, Clarinex, Atarax, Allegra ad infinitum. However, the clients whose clinic files are revealed to us generally drop their medicines at some point and are healed by changing their lives around by adopting new positive behaviours, intake of vitamins and other natural healthful preparations.

 

To sum up, this is a well-written, informative book, imparting much wisdom about the emotional causes of disease, the appropriate affirmations to use for each malady, and so on. However, I was disappointed that the book apparently wasn´t written by Louise Hay, and exasperated by all the references to traditional, harmful medicine.

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review 2016-12-31 16:12
Eehhh
Hers to Heal - Vonnie Davis Reece “Steelhead” Browning has been at the Eagle Ridge Ranch, trying to recover from his severe PTSD. Gina Wilson is his physical therapist. She drives him absolutely nuts, in both a good way and a bad way. When he meets her too smart 6 year old, his defenses start to tumble down. After reading the first book in this series, I couldn’t wait for the second, so I dove right into this one. However, with this book, it was kind of hit and miss. It started out really good, but towards the end, not so much. Unfortunately, that tends to happen for me with this author. Still a 3 star read and would still recommend it. **I voluntarily read and reviewed this book
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