Co-author Associate Professor David Butler, founder of the Neuro Orthopaedic Institute, says that "it is no longer acceptable that pain be just managed: Explain Pain aims to give people in pain the power to challenge pain and to consider new models for viewing what happens to your body and brain during pain.
Once they have learnt about the processes involved they can follow a scientific route to recovery. Why a second edition? A decade of scientific research is a lot — and we need to keep on top of it. In the last 10 years there has been increasing support for therapeutic neuroscience education from clinical trials, educational science, neuroscience, plain logic and the failure of drug therapy on chronic pain outcomes.
Lorimer and David have subtly changed some of the language so that the second edition can be delivered with much more authority than the first. Mel Champion Top Contributor: Smedes writings and you will buy all of them. Reply to my blog if you buy one and don't like it.
ANY books written by Dr. Smedes is an enjoyable, thought-provoking, laughing, then crying at times, and seeing one's self. Not too heavy writing or to light. His work is my favorite. I have them dog-eared and high lighted, Pass them on after I read them. This is an insightful book about forgiveness. It challenges you to take the high road. It is easier to hold onto grudges, bitterness and resentment.
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It is challenging but liberating to forgive. The quote, "To forgive is to set a prisoner free and discover that the prisoner was you. I am no longer a prisoner. Great explanation of what true forgiveness is and isn't. Covers the different hurts we experience in our daily lives and explains why carrying grudges and hate are so damaging to our personal lives and spiritually growth. I found this book to be the most helpful book on healing hurts ever. Very, very highly recommend it to all who hurt.
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Healing the Hurt within: Description In this revised, expanded, and deeply compelling second edition, Jan Sutton draws on the testimonies of those trapped in the cycle of self-injury, and former self-injurers, as well as the latest research and developments in the field. It is a book of hope and healing designed to offer help and support to self-injurers; understanding to the self-injurer's kith and kin; and insight to volunteers or professionals whose work brings them into contact with people who hurt themselves.
It's a perplexing behavior with many names - self-injury, self-harm, self-mutilation, self-inflicted violence, self-cutting and self-abuse to name some. It's a puzzling and perplexing phenomenon, which shocks and frightens those who encounter it.
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