Self-nurture: learning to care for yourself as effectively as you care for everyone else

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Penguin Books, Apr 5, 2001 - Self-Help - 306 pages
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From a leading Harvard expert on stress comes a book--now in paperback--that gives women permission to take care of themselves in a world of overwhelming demands. Readers will also find the tools they need to reclaim their capacity for inner peace.

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In her work as director of the Mind/Body Center for Women's Health, Harvard Medical School, Domar (Healing Mind, Healthy Woman) observes that while women are adept at juggling care-giving roles, many ... Read full review

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WHY SELFNURTURE?
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the basics
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nurturing self in family
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