Thursday, June 13, 2013

Free e-book Kickoff for Virtual Book Tour: Is a dragon breathing down your neck? Summer Devotions

The Kick Off for a Four Week VIRTUAL BOOK TOUR
Broken Body, Wounded Spirit: Balancing the See-Saw of Chronic Pain
Summer Devotions

Free Kindle e-book SPECIAL FOR 3 DAYS

JUNE 14 – 16 (Friday thru Sunday)
Begins Friday, tomorrow, at 12.01 a.m. Pacific Daylight Time
Ends Monday at 2:59 a.m. Pacific Daylight Time

Imagine a dragon breathing its inferno, and then watch it engulf everything in its path. Chronic pain acts like that; it is a raging fire that devours logical thinking. It incinerates comfort, companionship, dreams and goals. When pain dominates, it’s a force that must be challenged.

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A sampling of what you will encounter as you journey through the summer season:
 What objective did I accomplish with my self-narrative?Did I overdo?What power words can I exchange today to change the way I talk to myself?What can I do today to balance my alone time and my time with others?How can I change my editorial thoughts on pain?What can I teach myself about patience and faith?

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

You are so strong for all of us. Sorry I haven't been around much. A plus in my life is that the suburb I grew up in is organizing. Some are planning to return when they retire. We share so many memories. Maybe we can share our last years as well. The houses that once sold for 15,000. are selling for 12 times that and many are going through the first and last rent then eviction cycle. Everything is pretty broken down. Where people own they face foreclosure and homelessness. We have some FM people here who are homeless and in the worst possible situation. It is a National problem. I feel lucky to be safe, warm and with friends. There are some who feel it unfair that all are not in the same boat and actually push for the disabled to lose their housing. Why should we have when so many more worthy haven't. The dumping of diagnoses nationally has been catastrophic for many. Old college friends can be golden. Those who still have can share with tremendous benefit. Who remembers 30 years ago, now. Success is often related to how many strategies are tried. And if something is working, do not capsize even a old and run down boat.

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