Ted was living a life many can only dream of as a successful businessman. He loved a challenge, and he was always reaching for another rung in the ladder until all that changed one dark day when he suffered a massive stroke. Relentless: How A Massive Stroke Changed My Life For the Better tells the true-life story of Ted W. Baxter and his massive stroke recovery. Relentless is a tale of relentless courage, relentless hope, and relentless healing.
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We’ve all heard to stop the negative self-talk. We’ve all heard everyone say, “Stop beating yourself up!” We’ve all heard we need to “keep it positive”. Unfortunately, our thought patterns don’t change, even if we may remember to halt a negative thought in its tracks every now and then. In their book, “The Mind is the Map”, Christina Reeves and Dimitrios Spanos address this common mindset with some uncommon thinking about how to gain emotional intelligence by developing Awareness.
We are plagued by a multitude of health epidemics, and unfortunately, the statistics show that occurrences of obesity, type 2 diabetes, heart disease, and Alzheimer’s disease only continue to climb. Dr. Don Colbert, M.D., is the author of a new book: Dr. Colbert’s Hormone Health Zone, and he believes that the root cause of these diseases and many others are suboptimal hormone levels. In his new book, Dr. Colbert shares how to stop hormonal weight gain and other hormone health secrets.
In her latest book: Age in Place: A Guide to Modifying, Organizing, and Decluttering Mom and Dad’s Home, Lynda G. Shrager provides expert advice and tips to help you make home sweet home accident-proof for your aging parents so that you can keep them safe and yourself sane.
Stem cell therapy is a revolutionary approach in regenerative medicine that is breaking ground with rapid strides in the medical world. In his new book, Stem Cell Revolution, Joseph Christiano N.D. reveals why stem cell therapy is the future of medicine as he demystifies this fascinating healing process that empowers people to experience relief while reversing the effects of degenerative disease without negative side effects.
Many people first get into running for the physical benefits – weight loss, improved cardiac fitness, and stronger muscles. But there are incredible mental benefits to running as well. In fact, one could say it was a form of therapy!
The modern day has ushered in a new definition of retirement for senior men. Male baby boomers are facing an entirely different set of challenges in their retirement then their fathers and grandfathers faced before them. In the history of our nation, there are more people aged 65 years or older in the population today then ever before. However, the good news is that modern retirement means re-invention for senior men as they explore new opportunities and horizons. Authors and aging experts, Thelma Reese and Barbara Fleisher, provide inspiring stories of men from all walks of life as they retire in her book: The New Senior Man.
In his book, "Hope Never Dies: How 20 Late-Stage and Terminal Cancer Patients Beat the Odds" Rick Shapiro shines a bright ray of hope into the dark world of cancer through the words of those who have emerged onto the other side alive. He interviewed 20 cancer survivors with both late-stage and terminal diagnoses and compiled their stories to show the world that a cancer diagnosis doesn't have to be a death sentence because these patients beat the odds.
This morning I read what I think the best book review on divorce, written by Msgr. Charles Pope of the Archdiocese of Washington. The review is titled "The Carnage of Divorce" and reviews Leila Miller's book called Primal Loss: The New Adult Children of Divorce Speak. I am not divorced. I am a man who has a loving wife and three children, but this book review spoke so much to my heart that I want to share it with eMaxHealth raders so that those who have gone through a divorce may try to find ways to restore their families and those who have strong families further strengthen them and never seek divorce, but reconciliation when differences arise.
When you believe your way of doing things is "best," you're damaging your marriage more than you think. Authors and "Trapologists" David M.R. Covey and Stephan M. Mardyks offer crucial advice to help you safeguard your relationship and find some much-needed common ground.