Sunday, January 24, 2010

"50 Ways to Feel Great Today" by David Biebel DMin, James Dill MD & Bobbie Dill RN

"50 Ways to Feel Great Today: Keys to Beating Stress, Worry and the Blues" by David Biebel DMin, James Dill MD and Bobbie Dill RN is a straightforward book for those looking to make variety truly their spice of life. Each chapter gives a quick headline of an action, followed by a famously relevant quote and the description itself. These include various anecdotes from all three authors, in addition to stories from others. Scientific claims are made that are easy to understand and that seemingly common sense. Still, the authors include an in depth section of notes in the back. This book is religious at times, quoting scripture and relating to God, but it is not as religious as some readers may like (such occurrences are widely interspersed and not covered throughout). Also, due to there being three authors, sometimes the He is capitalized when relating to God, and sometimes the he is not. All in all, the fifty ways to feel great are geared towards all, but there are references that imply the reader may be a parent or grandparent. The list of actions are not entirely unique, yet they come together in a most easygoing manner, as to make readers appreciative of such an organized book that gives them pointers for "feeling great."

Available December 2009 at your favorite bookseller from Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group

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