Getting Well Again: A Step-by-step, Self-help Guide to Overcoming Cancer for Patients and Their Families
Outlines a psychological treatment program involving mind-body control, positive imaging, and stress management. Endorses the philosophy that individuals must accept responsibility for their own healing. The authors submit considerable evidence that cancer patients can participate successfully in overcoming "terminal" illnesses and have done so. Intended for use in conjunction with standard medical procedures.
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Getting Well Again: The Bestselling Classic about the Simontons ...
O. Carl Simonton,James Creighton,Stephanie Matthews Simonton
Begränsad förhandsgranskning - 1992
Getting Well Again: A Step-by-step, Self-help Guide to Overcoming Cancer for ...
Oscar Carl Simonton,Stephanie Simonton,James Creighton
Fragmentarisk förhandsgranskning - 1978
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