Thursday, January 17, 2013

Dr. Rita Hancock's book Radical Well-Being

Dr. Rita Hancock is a board-certified non-surgical musculoskeletal physician with subspecialty board certification in pain management. In addition to writing health and wellness books from the Christian perspective, Dr. Rita also serves as the Oklahoma state representative in the House of Representatives of the Christian Medical and Dental Association, is a health blogger for The Christian Post, a columnist for Life:Beautiful Magazine, a blogger for the acclaimed Wordserve Watercooler writer’s blog, and appears on radio (including K-love and Moody Radio) and television (including TBN’s Doctor to Doctor, CBN’s 700 Club Interactive, and ABC Family ) talking about health and wellness issues.  

You can find her on twitter  @RitaHancockMD, On facebook, or at her website.

Back Cover Blurb:

Research increasingly shows a strong connection between our spiritual life, our emotions, and our physical well being. Yet too often our physical conditions are treated without taking our whole lives into account.  In Radical Well-being, Dr. Rita Hancock shows you how your mind, body, and spirit are connected and addresses the factors that can contribute, and even cause, illness, addictions, and chronic pain.

With nearly twenty years of experience counseling patients from a balanced mind-body-spirit connection, Dr. Rita gives you practical advice for healing and wholeness, including how to:

·           Identify the lies that are manipulating you from a subconscious level
·           Deal with emotional factors that can make your pain seem worse
·           Address addictive behaviors that you want to get rid of
·           Fully accept God's love and forgiveness on a deep, healing level

You can peek inside the book here: Amazon

Book Trailer:

Purchase the book at:
Barnes & Noble
Or have your local library order it in for you!

Dr. Rita Hancock, MD is giving away a copy of  Radical Well-Being.
The giveaway is only available to U.S. addresses. To be entered in the book giveaway, leave a comment along with your email address. You can enter the book giveaway twice--once on each spotlight post.


KayM said...

I am very interested in reading Dr. Hancock's book. Thank you for the opportunity to win it.

Sharon A. Lavy said...

I am reading a copy now and I find it very interesting. Sorry I had the wrong book up. We will feature that one next month. I have the correct book cover up now.

karenk said...

thanks for the chance to read this inspirational book

kmkuka at yahoo dot com

spangldlady said...

I would love to read this book because I believe that spiritual issues [rather lack of]are a primary source of people's problems today. Please enter my name. Blessings! Darlene

tickmenot said...

This is something I would really like to find more about. I have been to so many doctors in the last 20 plus years, and I have gotten worse. The hope of feeling better is dim, but my hope is still there.

Blessings in Kansas City

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