When illness strikes we are thrown into a maze of medical consultations, tests, procedures, and pronouncements. Life seems out of control and we feel helpless. However, in Prevention: The Ultimate Cure, Bill L. Little provides the tools to wrestle back control of our health. Little shares successful responses of empowerment drawn from his nine years of research with cancer patients and demonstrates that we all have power over our bodies.
Because no one cares more about your health than you do, Little suggests eight ways to take an active roll in your health: choosing hope, adopting healthy beliefs, finding meaning in life, controlling stress, developing good nutrition, celebrating life, picturing wholeness, and exercising healthy spirituality. He also includes daily inspirational thoughts for each step, designed to spirit you along the way to good health.
About the Author
Bill Little has a Ph.D. in counseling from Washington University and has worked with cancer patients for more than twenty-five years. Through the years he has come to understand that the same common-sense interventions that help the body fight disease could also help the body prevent disease. A full-time pastor, Little has served as an oncology counselor and researcher at St. Louis hospitals. He has also worked with professional athletes, using visualization and concentration techniques to sharpen physical skills. Little is an accomplished author and also has written Self-Destruction Made Easy. He resides in St. Louis with his wife, Theresa Gay.
The Ultimate Cure
By Bill L. Little
224 pp. 5½ x 81/4
EAN: 978-1-58980-413-5 pb