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Deadly Emotions

Author : Don Colbert
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Now with added content and updated statistics! Bestselling author Dr. Don Colbert explores how negative emotions can have a deadly effect on the body, mind, and spirit, and offers techniques for releasing these toxic catalysts. Destructive emotions can have toxic effects on the body and result in a wide range of serious illnesses – hypertension, arthritis, multiple sclerosis, irritable bowel syndrome, and even some types of cancer. The truth is you may be shaving years off your life expectancy and robbing yourself of the physical healthy you’ve worked hard for. Readers will learn: that depression isn't "just in your head" how to prevent the downward unhealthy spiral of guilt and shame how the brain interprets emotions how to turn off stress the physical dangers of pent-up hostility and much more In Deadly Emotions, Dr. Don Colbert exposes those potentially devastating feelings – what they are, where they come from, and how they manifest themselves. You do not have to be at the mercy of your emotions. Focusing on four areas essential to emotional well-being – truth, forgiveness, joy, and peace – Dr. Colbert shows you how to rise above deadly emotions and find true healthy – for your body, mind, and spirit. This book is ideal for readers who are ready to take control of their health by breaking free from toxic emotions that can have a lasting negative impact on their health. A great resource for those who battle with chronic stress or stress-related conditions.

Overcoming the Seven Deadly Emotions

Author : Michelle Borquez
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Speaker and writer Michelle >Borquez knows how it feels to be controlled by your emotions. As a young woman she struggled with the same issues many other women face--being overwhelmed with fear, driven by jealousy, or shamed by guilt. Strong emotions--the ones we all deal with--can lead to "deadly" results when they are not controlled by the Holy Spirit. But Michelle also learned how God can use the emotions He gave us to help us live the way He intended--in peace, joy, and freedom. With extensive research, biblical study, and personal interviews, Borquez shares with readers how to: Surrender their emotions to God and allow Him to redeem them Embrace God's plan for positive emotional living Find new and healthy ways to deal with previously damaged relationships Here is a practical and biblical guide to handling emotions and discovering God's power and help to live victoriously.

The Deadly Emotions

Author : Ernest H. Johnson
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gender and ethnic differences in the experience and expression of anger. Three appendices include an anger in situations test, a temper test and an anger coping styles assessment.

What You Don t Know May Be Killing You

Author : Don Colbert
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DIV Dr. Don Colbert faced personal health struggles, and when his own profession was unable to give him answers or help, he turned to more natural health-related disciplines. The answers he found surprised him then, and this new, updated information may surprise you today! /div

The Great Physician s Rx for Diabetes

Author : Jordan Rubin
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Bestselling author Jordan Rubin, with David Remedios, M.D., shows how to adopt the 7 Keys in The Great Physician's Rx for Health and Wellness to focus aggressively on diabetes and develop a game plan against it.

Being Interprofessional

Author : Marilyn Hammick
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Working interprofessionally is an essential part of successful health and social care provision in the twenty-first century. This engaging and easy-to-follow new text highlights the need for collaboration between practitioners from all branches of health and social care. It offers an indispensable guide to learning and working better together, and shows what being interprofessional really means. The book encourages students to sharpen their understanding of concepts and theories surrounding collaborative practice, with a clear emphasis on theory, policy and practice. Chapter-by-chapter, the book takes readers through the most important and relevant issues in contemporary health and social care, including working in teams, learning from others, policy issues, working with children and adults, and specialist practice. Through student-friendly case studies and thoughtful learning exercises, it also considers ways of applying these ideas to the real world. It covers work across the statutory, voluntary and community sectors, drawing on the insights and experiences of a wide range of service users, carers and a variety of practitioners. Being Interprofessional will be essential reading for students and practitioners in all branches of health and social care, such as nursing, social work, midwifery and youth work. Whatever their background, it will inspire readers to find new ways of working together to meet the needs of patients and clients.

An Accessible Approach to Obtain Wholeness

Author : Elder G. E. Johnson
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"Elder G. E. Johnson has written a most wonderful book. It is worthy of reading by both laymen and ministers who seek to understand God's working in today's society." - Missionary Mae Nell Clark, The Church Of God In Christ, Central Georgia "Undoubtedly the most valuable book I have read to date on renewal and reform in the life of the seeker. In it Elder Johnson tells of the invigorating and wonderful experience of knowing Christ in depth." - Pastor Eugene Banks, C.O.G.I.C Dallas, TX Here you will find this book not only to be a most instructed reading in it's contents, but also a most constructed view of life. There are countless of people who search frantically for answers to their problems: how to accept themselves, how to relate to others, how to find true meaning to life and most of all how to know God. I firmly belive by reading this book one should find spiritual healing, derive a new understanding, revise in their thoughts, a change in their behaviour for the better, as they come to a clear understanding of who they are in Christ.

Healing Grace for Hurting People

Author : H. Norman DMin Wright
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Many Christians live in the misery of bitterness, unforgiveness, and trauma caused by spouses, parents, grandparents, or others who have sinned against them. Although the pain can seem unending, there is hope for those who seek healing grace to cover the sins of those who have wronged them. Dr. H. Norman Wright and marriage and family therapist Larry Renetzky give readers specific practical steps to release God's grace to forgive and to lay the foundation for building bridges of reconciliation. Some who read Healing Grace for Hurting People will relate to the stories of those needing healing grace, such as overachieving Mark who could not give his family love and intimacy, which he never received while growing up. Find out what happened to Mark and his family when Mark learned about the secret of the universe. God's grace saves us and sustains us. And He expects us to pass it on in our relationships. Learn how God's reconciling grace and power can resolve conflicts, revitalize marriages heading for divorce, and restore broken relationships in families, extended families, and the broader community.

Simply Irresistible

Author : Raj Persaud
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As psychology advances its understanding of the mind and brain, perhaps the last remaining bastion of mystery about why we do what we do relates to love and attraction. However, recent research suggests that even the mysteries of attraction are being revealed - which is great news for those amongst us who would rather not leave seduction to chance. In this illuminating follow-up to his acclaimed bestseller, The Motivated Mind, Dr Raj Persaud draws on the very latest research to show not only how to increase your attractiveness generally, but how to become absolutely irresistible to anyone. For example, do you know... that experiments on dating can predict with over 80% accuracy who will be attracted to who by whether just a few simple conversational strategies are used on a date? why abnormally low lighting is strongly associated with romance, why women wear blusher on their cheeks, or lipstick to enhance their pouting lips? Or that seeking to be agreeable on a date is not actually the most attractive or successful strategy to use. And for anyone out there who is looking for that rare combination of brains and beauty, there is reassuring news: current research reveals that it is indeed perfectly possible to guess a person's IQ from the way they look. Frank, witty and packed with useful questionnaires and invaluable advice, Simply Irresistible is the essential guide on how to catch - and keep - your perfect partner.

Illumination

Author : Alberto Villoldo, Ph.D.
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Illumination guides the reader on a healing journey, forged by the timeless wisdom of indigenous cultures and the latest theories of neurobiology. Through various stages in this journey of initiation, we grow to understand the causes of our suffering and how to free ourselves from the pain and drama of our unhealed emotions. Life itself invites us to be initiated through many means—the possibility of love, the loss of a parent or friend, the birth of a child, or a serious health crisis. True initiation is empowered by facing personal challenges and experiencing the spiritual rebirth—or illumination—that follows. Unifying this book is the sacred process of transforming toxic emotions into sources of power and grace. Illumination shows us how to bid a joyful goodbye to the people and places we have met, discovering a sacred space where the spirit inhabits, uniting the body and soul. When we learn to let go from difficult situations and problems, to accept our lives as they are, we can begin to identify with a self that is eternal. Recounting his own experiences, tracing the mythologies of an array of cultures, and expanding his inquiry into the field of neurobiology, Alberto Villoldo shows readers how they can benefit from these sacred practices.