Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Chicken Soup for the Soul: Say Goodbye to Back Pain....Review & Give Away!

Do you or someone you know suffer from back pain?   If so, be sure to check out the latest from one of my favorite series, Chicken Soup for the Soul:  Say Goodbye to Back Pain.  Here is the scoop....

How to Handle Flare-ups, Injuries, and Everyday Back Health
Inspiring Chicken Soup for the Soul stories and accessible leading-edge medical information from Dr. Julie Silver of Harvard Medical School. Many people suffer from back pain. The lucky ones have occasional flare-ups and the unlucky ones have chronic issues. This book is filled with great advice on how to care for your back, recover from injuries, improve your mobility, handle pain, manage chronic problems, and maintain a positive attitude.

So many people suffer from back pain.  It seems to me, that most adults have some sort of complaint about back pain at one time or another in their lives.  This book is chock full of practical advice and tips for those suffering from chronic or occasional back pain.  It is also full of the heartwarming and inspiring stories made famous by the Chicken Soup for the Soul series.  Pick up your copy today on Amazon...
The folks at Chicken Soup for the Soul are generously offering THREE lucky RBM readers a copy of Chicken Soup for the Soul: Say Goodbye to Back Pain. Thanks so much to the sponsor and here is how to enter.... a Rafflecopter giveaway

21 comments:

degood said...

I want to find out some better ways to cope with or minimize my lower back pain.

Denise Taylor-Dennis said...

I have back pain almost every day. I would love to see if this could help.

kay said...

I love all the chicken soup for soul books

Mandy Kauffman said...

I'd love to win this for my Grandmother, who suffers from back pain and LOVES Chicken Soup for the Soul books! Thanks for the giveaway! :)

Nancy said...

I'd like to win this because I adore the Chicken Soup books!

Nancy
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Hifam said...

I would love to give this to my mom. She suffers with back pain daily.
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Amanda said...

I would love to win this for me because I suffer from back pain daily

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Alana Vester said...

I live with back pain and have for the last 3 years. It's pretty much an everyday thing.

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gail said...

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Tiffani Villagomez said...

This book is magnificent. I am not yet done reading the whole thing but, in all fairness, the book provides miraculous stories of how different types of people experienced and recovered from their pain. The best thing about the book is that it shows that everyone, with an equal amount of effort, can overcome this physical hurdle that burdens us all.


Tiffani Villagomez

ashlee sherae said...

I have horrible back pain everyday, so I'd love to see what the book has to say.

Wendi Watson said...

I suffer from chronic back pain after fallling down concrete steps about a year and a half ago...i have had the needles, everything...still hurts

Jessica P said...

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Ada Mangoes said...

I want to win for my hubby.

telecommutingtechiemom said...

I'd like to find out how to deal with my back pain.

tahera said...

Well written post. I would suggest you to also come across back pain specialist in NJ, for better treatment. Good job.

Joan Price said...

Back pain is the worst. I am definitely going to look into getting this book. I already do yoga and use anti fatigue floor mats at work. They help, but it's definitely not enough.