Making Friends With Our Nerves

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Kessinger Publishing, Jul 1, 2003 - Health & Fitness - 324 pages
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1925. For some months before his death, Dr. Marden was gathering information on the subject of nerves. He wanted to make a pronouncement showing that nerves are really our friends, not our enemies, and that they are the great, though much abused, servant of the human race. Practically all the material here included was in shape and passed upon by him at the time of his death. The pathological side of the book was reviewed by a nerve specialist. The work as a whole, with its direct appeal to physical well-being and its sound commonsense is one of the best of the many helpful books from this famous writer.

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