and other media can be powerful adjuncts to any healing process.
However, they cannot replace professional advice and they should
not replace inner guidance and common sense.
your own self-manager. Consider for a moment the advice that is
being given in a book, then take in whatever resonates with your
well-being and discard the rest.
Remember that the power of self-help is not in the book or other
media; rather the power of self-help is in how you apply the information.
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Feel the Way You Feel. The Science Behind Mind-Body Medicine.
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inner peace, well-being, and confidence. Concepts in Attitudinal
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