Get Well Soon

Author: C.N.C. Smith, M.S.O.M. Laura Harris

Publisher: Chosen Books

ISBN: 1493417401

Category: Religion

Page: 304

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According to the World Health Organization, there are 30,000 identified diseases. Of these, 22,500 have no known cure or effective treatment. We live in the most technologically advanced age, yet we have never been more unhealthy. Even those in good health face constant misdirection. Leaving no stone unturned, certified nutritional counselor, copastor, and TV host Laura Harris Smith helps you pursue healing and wellness for body, mind, and spirit both naturally and supernaturally. Both are necessary for a full, abundant life, and she equips you with the tools you need for the journey, including · condition-specific healing prayers · powerful declarations of faith and healing · total-body-system blessings for the prevention of sickness · delicious tailored menus for each body system · how to troubleshoot stubborn ailments and recognize spiritual warfare · how to confront any spiritual sickness--such as grudges, unforgiveness, or sin patterns--that block healing · amazing, miraculous testimonies to build faith · alphabetized illness index linking to correlating prayers to help you recover Whether you are ready to experience a life-changing miracle, observe the gradual improvement of a body on the mend, or maintain the good health you have, healing will come. Here is your chance to get well soon!

Get Well Soon

Author: Nick Duerden

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 147295047X

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 272

View: 4967

If you were diagnosed with a condition for which there was no known cure, what would you do? Nick Duerden is a writer and journalist. This is his memoir about a long period of ill health, and how he was forced to plunge, like it or not, into the often bewildering – but increasingly blossoming – world of alternative therapy in pursuit of a cure. He followed strictly regimented, vitamin-rich diets, and swallowed all manner of supplements. He smeared himself in coarse mineral salts, and grew tepid in Epsom salt baths. He visited energy practitioners and spiritual gurus. He learned yoga, how to meditate, to breathe properly, to face his fears and manage the new anxieties those very fears had done so well to engender. Over the course of three years, Nick's lifelong cynicism is gradually replaced by an open eagerness to try anything, if not quite everything and in doing so, he starts on the road back to health. Get Well Soon is a memoir that focuses on the journey all of us will at some point have to face: the abrupt obligation to start living better, wiser, healthier, to be kinder to our minds and bodies by realising that minds and bodies do require care. It's about what happens to life when you become ill, because everyday life is never going to stop going about its chaotic business. This is not a self-help book. But it is, in its own candid, unflinching and stumbling way, a mapless guide to belatedly learning to live well, to negotiating a very particular, and all too common, midlife crisis. It is honest, and funny, and ultimately optimistic. And it might just offer proof that self-discovery, even when it is enforced self-discovery, is no bad thing.

Get Well Soon

Author: Jennifer Wright

Publisher: Henry Holt and Company

ISBN: 1627797475

Category: History

Page: 256

View: 323

A witty, irreverent tour of history's worst plagues—from the Antonine Plague, to leprosy, to polio—and a celebration of the heroes who fought them In 1518, in a small town in Alsace, Frau Troffea began dancing and didn’t stop. She danced until she was carried away six days later, and soon thirty-four more villagers joined her. Then more. In a month more than 400 people had been stricken by the mysterious dancing plague. In late-seventeenth-century England an eccentric gentleman founded the No Nose Club in his gracious townhome—a social club for those who had lost their noses, and other body parts, to the plague of syphilis for which there was then no cure. And in turn-of-the-century New York, an Irish cook caused two lethal outbreaks of typhoid fever, a case that transformed her into the notorious Typhoid Mary. Throughout time, humans have been terrified and fascinated by the diseases history and circumstance have dropped on them. Some of their responses to those outbreaks are almost too strange to believe in hindsight. Get Well Soon delivers the gruesome, morbid details of some of the worst plagues we’ve suffered as a species, as well as stories of the heroic figures who selflessly fought to ease the suffering of their fellow man. With her signature mix of in-depth research and storytelling, and not a little dark humor, Jennifer Wright explores history’s most gripping and deadly outbreaks, and ultimately looks at the surprising ways they’ve shaped history and humanity for almost as long as anyone can remember.

Get Well Soon

Author: Merri Maywether

Publisher: Merri Maywether


Category: Fiction

Page: 141

View: 4313

A Friends To A Together Forever Love Story Becca and her best friend Donovan have an agreement. If both of them are single when they’re forty, they will get married. Which is a good thing, because every guy Becca has dated has been a disappointment. Donovan has been in love with Becca since they were teenagers. It began when she bought him a get-well-soon card. But he doesn’t know how she feels about him. When they agree to marry if both are single when they’re forty, he decides to bide his time. This includes chasing off any men that may interfere with his plan. Everything changes when Donovan‘s grandfather leaves him an inheritance with one stipulation: He must be married, or he’ll lose half the estate. A lot more is at stake when Donovan proposes. He has to convince Becca his feelings for her are real without telling her he’s the reason all the other guys bolted. This finding love after friendship story is the prequel of the Three Creeks sagas where friends find the happily ever after they were looking for was right in front of them.

Get Well Soon!

Author: Kristy Chambers

Publisher: Univ. of Queensland Press

ISBN: 070224824X

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 235

View: 5355

Falling into the nursing profession, Kristy Chambers spent almost a decade working with a wide range of people, ranging from drug addicts to cancer patients. Dark, humorous, honest, and compassionate, this memoir illustrates the incredible work nurses do and the many challenges they face. A tribute to the wonderfully brave people Chambers met during her career, this book portrays both joyous and difficult experiences.

Dear Life, Get Well Soon...

Author: Arpit Agrawal

Publisher: Pushpak Publications

ISBN: 8190442392


Page: 161

View: 8991

Umm liked the cover page, dont you? Now read below and decide if you buy the book. Have you ever met a guy whose hobby is to dig up troubles where on earth he goes? He tried suicide, but could not die; proposed a girl, but no luck; created revolutionary software, but deceived by his boss; won a lottery, but got cheated again!!! Meet Fatso, a chubby and gruesome geek, whose half the time spends in eating and the other in wrestling the troubles of life. Will his life become better, or he will give up the ghost saying Dear life, get well soon? His wild and witty anecdotes will strike a chord in your heart and remind you when you were at high school; when a guy discovers the power of hair gel and deodorant, and a girl enters a beauty parlor for the first time. It will then take you to college-life; the preeminent instance of human existence. Subsequent the corporate life, where laughing at your bosss lame jokes will be the solitary purpose of life. You may find this book in the rack of fiction, but the lessons it deals are not factitious at all. A pure-veg, hilarious book which you can read with your family members around.

Hey Duggee: Get Well Soon, Norrie!

Author: N.A

Publisher: Penguin UK

ISBN: 140592327X

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 32

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Meet Duggee, a big dog with a big job - he runs the Squirrel Club! Every day he is joined by a group of fun-loving little critters who hope to collect their next Squirrel Club badge. In this adorable picture book, Duggee and the Squirrels go to visit poor Norrie, who is feeling unwell. On their way to her mouse house, they meet some fun friends!

Get Well Soon, the 8 Habits of Healthy People

Author: Matt McConnell


ISBN: 0578012383

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 287

View: 4421

Your health can't be found in a pill, a doctor's office or a drug store. There are no magic potions that create health and there are no silver bullets that destroy it. The truth is, your habits determine your health. As a result, focusing on adopting healthier habits has a far greater impact on health than anything else that you can do. Get Well Soon, The 8 Habits of Healthy People details the habits that determine your health and provides a simple system for making them a routine part of your life.

What Should I Write? 101 Get Well Wishes for Greeting Cards

Author: Madeleine Mayfair

Publisher: What Should I Write On This Card?

ISBN: 151632384X

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: N.A

View: 2145

Do you freeze up every time a greeting card gets passed around the office? Everybody else seems to know exactly what to write. Why does your mind go blank? What do you do? Consult this book! It contains 101 unique sentiments you can write in get well cards for friends, family members, or co-workers. You’ll find everything from tender reassurances and heartfelt well-wishes to cheerful rhymes, as well as realistic expressions of hope, care and concern. If someone in your life is injured, under the weather or battling illness and you just can’t seem to find the right words, then it’s time to grab a copy of this ebook! Kick your fear of “Blank Inside” cards to the curb. Or put your artistic skills to use and make your own! No need to worry about what you’ll write inside. You can conquer any get well card with “What Should I Write? 101 Get Well Wishes for Greeting Cards.”