The Deck of Life: Playing the Cards You're Dealt

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iUniverse, Mar 26, 2008 - Self-Help - 180 pages
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Inspiration for The Deck of Life emerged from the authors clinical observations of patients in his practice of dermatology and internal medicine. He became increasingly aware of the connection between the genetic code as it relates to body build, temperament, and disease predisposition. It was further observed that these factors were influenced by the patients belief system as it relates to personal characteristics, behavior, and reactions to lifes situations. This book explores this unique relationship and our inherent ability to alter these features. It confirms the truth that there is a choice and an unlimited capacity to live a stress free life, with peace, happiness, and longevity. The reader is guided to discover their dominant and sub-dominant temperament. A better understanding of ourselves enables us to play a winning hand with the cards we are dealt in life. Consequently, we make decisions more wisely in the areas of health, career choice, choosing a mate, child rearing, and the day-to-day communications and enjoyment of the people in our lives.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
PART ONE
7
PART TWO
73
PART THREE
89
PART FOUR
107
PART FIVE
143
Back Cover
169
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Dr. Richard J. Ferrara Sr. MD was born and raised in Morgantown, West Virginia. He received his AB and BS from West Virginia University and his MS in Dermatology from Wayne State University where he is a faculty member. He is retired from private practice.

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