Testimonials for Living Well with Anxiety: What Your Doctor Doesn't Tell You That You Need to Know...
From Publishers Weekly
Clark (Living Well with Menopause) offers a solution-focused approach
to living with anxiety. A certified holistic nurse practitioner with a master's in mental health, Clark, who admits to being
among the 30 million Americans who suffer from anxiety, is careful not to impose her bias against conventional medicine on
readers. What makes this book stand out isn't the clinically accurate overview of anxiety's causes and effects or
the contrast of medical and holistic treatments, but its person-centered, strategic action plans. Information-packed
chapters provide a thorough examination of nutrition (to identify missing anxiety-reducing nutrients), herbal supplements
and the impact of nicotine, alcohol and chemicals, time-management skills, the potent antianxiety benefits of exercise and
much more. Clark also discusses situations that may require therapy or counseling and provides a comprehensive checklist for
finding a practitioner. Finally, readers are encouraged to create an Anxiety Success Plan (sample included). For millions
of sufferers from generalized anxiety, panic disorder, phobias and other forms of anxiety who don't want medication, this
book provides viable alternatives to traditional medicine. (Apr.)
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Jean Borysenko, PhD, author of Minding the Body, Mending the Mind and Inner Peace for Busy people said...
"Anyone who suffers from anxiety should read this concise, helpful, easy-to-follow guide. It can change your life!"
Testimonials for Living Well with Menopause, What Your Doctor Doesn't Tell You That You Need to Know...
Here's what Christiane Northrup, M.D., New York Times best-selling author of The Wisdom of Menopause
"Loaded with practical, well-researched information to help women negotiate menopause in good spirits and good health."
Here's what Susun Weed, author of New Menopausal Years, the Wise Woman Way: Alternative Approaches for
Women 30-90 said...
"A guide to and through menopause, this solid, sensible book is a banquet of choices for women who want to become vitally,
vigorously, and vivaciously older. You'll find information, inspiration, and instructions on moving through menopause with
grace and glory. This book may become one of your best friends, so go ahead and give it a try."
Here's what Bonnie Mackey, PhD, director of the Mackey Health Institute had to say...
"Bridges conventional and holistic approaches to menopause...Living Well with Menopause serves as a valuable
resource for women, their partners, friends, and families."
Here's what C. Norman Shealy, M.D., PhD., founding president, American Holistic Medical Association
"Living Well with Menopause provides a balanced and natural commonsense approach to this normal life process."
Here's what Paul J. Rosch, M.D., F.A.C.P., president, clinical professor of Medicine and Psychiatry
at New York Medical College said...
"Menopause can be one of the most stressful and depressing periods in a woman's life...This book provides a thorough
review of this subject, the varied signs and symptoms of menopause, and the diverse alternative treatment options available,
including various nutritional, stress reduction, and other holistic appproaches."
Here's what A. Dickerson, a reader who bought Dr. Clark's Acne E-Book said...
I've had acne for 20 years. I've tried every medicine, creme, and whatever and nothing has helped. I followed your program,
and I've been acne-free ever since! Thank you for giving me back my life."
Here's what Greg Vangel said about Dr. Clark's Bladder Spasms E-book:
Thank you for the service-the book is helpful.