At Eden's Gate: Whole Health and Well-Being

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WestBow Press, Mar 10, 2016 - Religion - 378 pages
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Self-Improvement Health Spirituality

A Holistic Approach to Wellness for Every Person

In todays world, there are pills or powders for almost all ills. But many people prefer to avoid medications. Mrs. Maxwell has done a masterpiece of research and writing for just such persons. In clear style she describes how to coordinate the necessary resources for health--proper nutrition, exercise, rest, nurture of mind and spirit, and positive interpersonal relations. If you are interested in a balanced and healthy lifestyle, read this book!

Grace H. Ketterman, M.D.

Psychiatrist and author of two dozen popular books

Discover mind-body connections

Increase understanding of mental health

Learn stress reduction methods

Step out of vicious circles

Improve communication skills

Reduce interpersonal conflicts

Enjoy significant others

Learn how to help others change

Learn how essential nutrients enhance health

Enlarge your library list of resources

Appreciate common values of other faiths

Improve work and community relations

Resolve religious quandaries

Become spiritually alive

Recommended reading for helping professionals

 

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Contents

ABCs for Whole Health
Steps to Change
Spiritual Life and Growth
Afterword

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About the author (2016)

Evelyn Maxwell has a bachelor of science in nursing and a master’s degree in mental health nursing from the University of Kansas. She brings a variety of experience to her work: marriage and family, nursing, private counseling, group facilitation, teaching at Marymount College in the Department of Nursing, Salina, Kansas, and a broad religious background. Insights from her journey on the path to well-being enrich this self-help, whole health handbook for all who are interested in personal growth. She has served as a member of the Board of Directors of Prairie View Mental Health Center, Newton, Kansas, and as city commissioner and mayor of Salina. She and Dr. Maxwell have been married more than sixty years. They have four children and four grandchildren.

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