When the Body Says No

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4 out of 5 stars
By MMH Toronto on 21-03-2017

Finally a wholistic view of humans ...

The book discusses the duplicity of humans as mind and body and elaborates on the impact of suppressed emotions on our physical health. Stress will express itself in disease if not dealt with effectively.

An interesting read. I felt the author only went 2/3 of the way though. The spiritual and religious side of us and the interaction with God need to be considered in researching this topic. That - in my view - is what makes a "whole" person.

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5 out of 5 stars
By YANIV PERETZ on 20-05-2018

Very good book.

The narrator explain both on intuitive and medical forms the impact of stress on general health.
just wondering if it could be shorter book.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Rebecca O. on 14-06-2017

A bit long but redeemed in the end

Enjoyed it at first, a bit long winded in the middle section - too many chapters with nothing much new. But loved the end - worth reading to the end, could skip a few middle chapters!
Excellent narration.

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