“The Recovery Lifestyle” by André Viel, reached number one on Amazon.com’s Best Seller List in the Holistic Medicine in both the United States and Canada on October 10, 2019.
While conventional addiction treatment programs focus on getting people to stop using drugs or alcohol, Guerrero is successfully helping people still “restless in recovery” to thrive by healing the trauma that caused their addiction.
Families turn to parent coach to help with common childhood conflicts
Joint Repair Clinic of Montana in Bozeman is offering stem cell regeneration services to help anyone suffering from joint pain, discomfort, or other health issues in the Gallatin County area to create health, wellness, and vitality in their lives.
With most marriages ending in divorce, one unique husband-and-wife team is working hard to help people overcome past mistakes and create happy, healthy relationships that are fulfilling and satisfying.
Most females struggle to turn their side hustle from a hobby to a profitable business due to many reasons and excuses. Many struggle with lack of knowledge with technology, lack of time, and not knowing how to monetize their side business.
André Viel is nearing completion of his life-changing book project, titled “The Recovery Lifestyle,” written to empower anyone ready to tackle their addiction recovery challenges using natural and holistic strategies.
In today’s world of stress and anxiety, this book offers many alternative modalities that have worked well for thousands of years, but can’t counter the effects of life in the twenty-first century. Instead, you need a new approach to control anxiety, especially given the proven connection between stress and serious diseases, including cancer, caused by a dysfunctional immune system.
Deb Arbeeny, personal growth consultant and author of the acclaimed book Destiny Do-Over, is making a difference by offering a free 30-minute life coaching consultation for a limited time.
Priscilla Skare’s recent release, “A Different Kind of Brave” hit Amazon.com’s best seller list on July 31, 2019, in the Alcoholism, Substance Abuse, and Alcoholism Recovery categories.
London, England – – – Mobile and digital apps have soared in establishing their place as key to solving some of the biggest healthcare problems, supporting healthier living and even helping reduce healthcare costs.