Living beyond limits: new hope and help for facing life-threatening illness
Times Books, 12 okt. 1993 - 316 sidor
Based in part on the author's landmark study in The Lancet, which demonstrated the benefits of group therapy for cancer patients, this study explores the interaction of mind and body in the healing process. 50,000 first printing. $50,000 ad/promo. Tour.
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You may feel a tremendous temptation to blame yourself for having cancer, even
if you lack the kind of "friend" who would accuse you of it. Too much fat in your
diet? Not enough fiber? The "wrong" attitude? We all want to be in control of ...
While part of this man's reaction is attributable to depression itself — that is, the
hopelessness and the tendency to blame oneself — another factor was at work in
shaping his attitude. His style of dealing with problems had simply been to work ...
they live, someone might come along, look at our results, and use them to blame
other patients for dying too quickly. This is wrong, if not downright destructive.
First of all, there is nothing in our research that suggests that cancer patients give
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LIVING BEYOND LIMITS: A Scientific Mind/Body Approach to Facing Life-Threatening IllnessAnvändarrecension - Kirkus
Solid, research-based study of how to make the most out of life when faced with death. Spiegel (Psychiatry/Stanford) received wide public attention when Bill Moyers's Healing and the Mind program ... Läs hela recensionen
Living beyond limits: new hope and help for facing life-threatening illnessAnvändarrecension - Not Available - Book Verdict
Basing his conclusions on scientific research and clinical experience, the author discusses the connection between one's mental life and physical health. In his own study of women with advanced breast ... Läs hela recensionen
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