Saturday, November 3, 2007

Reaching for Abundant Health: When It Is Not Yet There

Research shows that out of all the health care problems in the United States, nearly 80 percent relate to chronic illness or disability. There are over 290 million people in the U.S. who have a chronic illness or medical condition, some statistics state 1 in 5 adults! We are many in numbers. We come in every age, shape, size, color, ethnic and socioeconomic background. The medical community is well equipped to manage our acute episodes; however, it is not well equipped to give us the kind of support we really need to lead fully functional lives. Nearly everyone is seeking better health.

My books "Acquired Hope" and "365 Days of Abundant Hope" are intended for anyone who is coping with an illness, addictive disease, disability or injury-related condition and everyone who is seeking better health, higher levels of function and anyone who is seeking to experience a life of good health.

If you do not have optimal health or levels of function, you can improve this! By learning this step by step process, we can stop our physical problems from getting worse and lead happier, more fulfilling lives. By acquiring hope and learning these techniques, we can recover. We can obtain and maintain higher levels of health and function!

Hope, the best comfort of our imperfect condition.”
-Edward Gibbon


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