Pursuing Wellness, Finding Spirituality
The term "good health" involves more than just the absence of disease. This probing and dynamic book demonstrates how we can become "healthy and well" through an examination of the physical, psychological and spiritual nature of humans. Topics include interpersonal relationships, coping with stress, dealing with emotions, overcoming shame, death, freedom, our ultimate aloneness, and the meaning of life.
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