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Publisher Description

All parts of the human body suffer from pain. Medical researchers and specialists have designed methods to address those pains. If your body aches, then physical or occupational therapy is performed on the necessary areas. If your mind is distressed or challenged, psychotherapy is assigned, and executed until improvement is evident. If your language or communication abilities are impaired, then speech therapy is rendered. What about the Soul? The Soul also experiences pain, aches, and impairment. Poetry creates Therapy for the Souls Pain.
Therapy for the Souls Pain is divided into four components, as all other therapeutic processes. It is divided into; Evaluation, Diagnosis, Treatment, and the Cure. Evaluation involves identifying the pain. What is the pain or issue? The pain is revealed as lifes battles. Those are obstacles which we consistently face on a daily basis. Lifes battles are unavoidable, but approachable. Diagnosis identifies the causes of pain. The pain is caused by relationships. Relationships we experience with family members, co-workers, friends, lovers and ourselves. Treatment aspires to alleviate the soreness from mental and physical burdens of the soul. Treatment is achieved through motivational inspiration. Motivational inspiration lifts the soul to a safe place, above all animosity and opposition. The final element of the process is the cure. The cure is to permanently rid the soul of any pain and build up immunity from any future occurrence. The cure is self-acceptance. Accepting yourself for who you are and who you desire to be, can equip your soul with the most phenomenal strength.
Therapy for the Souls Pain uses poetry to successfully guide you through a successful process of healing. Life will always be full of inescapable challenges. The goal is to not only mend, but also to develop a healthy and strong pain free soul. Therapy for the Souls Pain is also medically necessary.

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2005
June 6
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
108
Pages
PUBLISHER
Xlibris
SIZE
294.4
KB