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Everything Happens For A Reason: Based On True, Inspirational Stories by Deborah Day Poor, LCSW

Everything Happens For A Reason: Based On True, Inspirational Stories

by Deborah Day Poor, LCSW

184 pages
This book is for everyone who wants to improve his/her outlook on life. Reading about what others have done to improve life on Earth for all of us can change the way we think and make us feel better.

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About the Book
While medical professionals were risking their lives to provide care for victims of Covid-19, we who work in the mental health field were looking for ways to reduce addictions, depression and anxiety. One of the best ways to do this is to change our focus. Instead of thinking about what's wrong with life, this book provides readers with stories about heroes who've made a positive difference.

In "Everything Happens For A Reason: based on true, inspirational stories" you will read about:

- Animals who have saved and greatly improved our lives

- Researchers, scientists, chemists and doctors who have doubled our life expectancy

- A psychiatrist whose experiences for four years in a Nazi concentration camp prepared him to teach how psychotherapy is done today

- A woman who risked her life on the battlefield to bring supplies to both Union and Confederate soldiers founded one of our best humanitarian organizations

- How "Colter's Hell" was turned into to a heavenly place on Earth

- A US general who found a way to prevent a third world war and stopped the spread of communism

- A young soldier who obeyed the "Thou shall not kill" commandment while serving his country on the battlefield during WWII

- The contributions a native American tribe made to the women's movement

- How two strangers, who met by "coincidence", founded the grand daddy of all of our twelve step programs

- How a treatment and research hospital, founded by an immigrant, has increased the life expectancy of terminally ill children by more than four hundred percent.



About the Author
Deborah Day Poor, LCSW Deborah has enjoyed working as a psychotherapist for more than thirty years. She has specialized in treating addictions, codependency and relationship problems. In addition to her three self help books, she has written two continuing education courses for her colleagues.



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