The Healing Power of Doing Good: The Health and Spiritual Benefits of Helping Others

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Fawcett Columbine, 1992 - 330 páginas
Following in the footsteps of Norman Cousins and Dean Ornish, Luks--the internationally-known #1 expert on volunteerism in America--reveals the vital connection between volunteering and physical and emotional well-being. A valuable source of information and inspiration that tells how, when, and where to get involved.

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This is an important book which informs us about ”helper’s high”, the phenomenon experienced when one gives personal help on a regular basis. Phase one is an immediate physical feel-good sensation ... Leer comentario completo

The healing power of doing good: the health and spiritual benefits of helping others

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It is widely accepted as fact that helping others--specifically strangers, not just family and friends--makes one feel good. Luks's purpose is to show exactly how one's physical health, not just ... Leer comentario completo

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Introduction
3
The Healthy Helping Phenomenon
12
The First Phase
42
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