Recovering The SelfA Journal of Hope and Healing

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First Chapter Plus: May 2011

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The following titles from LHP/MHP are featured in this issue:

  • Not Just Spirited: A Mom’s Sensational Journey with Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD)
  • My Tour In Hell: A Marine’s Battle with Combat Trauma by David W. Powell
  • The Imprint Journey: A Path of Lasting Transformation to the Authentic Self by Liliane Desjardins
  • The Whole Youth Worker: Advice on Professional, Personal, and Physical Wellness from the Trenches, 2nd Ed.
  • How to UnBreak Your Health: Your Map to the World of Complementary and Alternative Therapies, 2nd Edition by Alan E. Smith
  • Crisis in the American Heartland: Disasters & Mental Health in Rural Environments — An Introduction by George W. Doherty
  • Healing with Words: A Writer’s Cancer Journey by Diana Raab
  • Sacred Grief by Leslee Tessmann
  • Please Explain Anxiety to Me! Simple Biology and Solutions for Children and Parents by Laurie Zelinger, PhD
  • Moving Your Aging Parents: Fulfilling their Needs and Yours Before, During, and After the Move by Nancy Wesson
  • STOLEN SECRETS: A Dr. Cory Cohen Mystery by Sandra Levy Ceren
  • Soul Clothes by Regina D. Jemison
  • Beyond the Scent of Sorrow by Sweta Srivastava Vikram

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Recovering The Self is a forum for people to tell their stories. Individual contributors accept complete responsibility for the veracity, accuracy, and non-infringement of their reporting.
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