ISSN 1538-1080

Day: December 15, 2016

IJHC Book Reviews January 2017

Romeo Dallaire with Jessica Dee Humphreys. Waiting for First Light: My Ongoing Battle with PTSD. Elaine N. Aron, PhD. (2000). The Highly Sensitive Person in Love: Understanding and Managing Relationships When the World Overwhelms You Tavris, Carol and Aronson, Elliott. Mistakes Were Made (but not by me).

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The Spiritual Component in Wholistic Healing

Abstract Many people in modern society believe that spirituality is no more than antiquated cultural/ religious/ magical beliefs; denial of death; coping mechanisms for unresolved grief; other forms of wishful thinking; or mental aberrations. Growing numbers and varieties of research studies confirming reports of spiritual experiences contradict these disbeliefs. Because spiritual aspects of wholistic healing

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Caregiver Factors Contributing to Healing

Within conventional medicine, medical interventions are generally considered to be the effective agents for change in and of themselves. It is the medication, surgery, radiotherapy or other intervention that appears to bring relief or cure to the patient. Yet it is firmly established that a third of people treated for most illnesses will show improvements

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