These books serve as beacons of hope, offering solace, insight, and practical strategies for not only coping with pain but also transforming it into a catalyst for growth and resilience.
SELF HELP BOOKS
Attitudes of Gratitude: How to Give and Receive Joy Every Day of Your Life
Discover the life-changing power of practicing gratitude in your daily life with this new edition of the inspirational classic. Foreword by Mark Nepo, bestselling author of The Book of Awakening.
Gratitude is a simple, profound practice that can transform your life. Research has confirmed its many emotional and physical benefits. Taking the time to notice and reflect upon good things opens our hearts, increases happiness, and puts us in a positive mindset where we are prone to notice what’s right instead of what’s wrong.
Your Pain Playbook: Effective Daily Strategies for Life Beyond Pain
Chronic pain can be difficult to understand and challenging to live with. Like many others, you may be searching for effective pain management strategies besides surgery and pills. Strategies that bring lasting relief.
‘Chronic’ merely refers to how long your pain has persisted, not how long it will last.
Helen Roome brings her extensive clinical experience, compassion and creativity together to guide you in managing your pain yourself.
Why Do I Hurt?: A Patient Book About the Neuroscience of Pain
It's important to know that persistent pain is more due to the sensitive nervous system and how the brain processes information from the body and the environment. This book was written to educate you on how the nervous system and the brain process information and contribute to your pain experience.
The Pain Management Workbook: Powerful CBT and Mindfulness Skills to Take Control of Pain and Reclaim Your Life
Change your brain, change your pain with this powerful, evidence-based workbook.
If you’re struggling with chronic pain, you’re not alone: more than one hundred million Americans currently live with chronic pain. Yet, despite its prevalence, chronic pain is not well understood. Fortunately, research has emerged showing the effectiveness of a treatment model for pain management grounded in biology, psychology, and social functioning.