They Can't Find Anything Wrong!: 7 Keys to Understanding, Treating, and Healing Stress Illness Audiobook | David D. Clarke | Audible.com
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They Can't Find Anything Wrong!: 7 Keys to Understanding, Treating, and Healing Stress Illness | [David D. Clarke]

They Can't Find Anything Wrong!: 7 Keys to Understanding, Treating, and Healing Stress Illness

Diagnostic tests are unable to find the cause of symptoms in at least half of all medical patients, most of whom are ill because of hidden stresses. Dr. David Clarke has done pioneering work with over 7,000 of these patients, often sent to him as a last resort. In plain language he describes the major types of stress and explains steps for treatment with a range of effective techniques.
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Diagnostic tests are unable to find the cause of symptoms in at least half of all medical patients, most of whom are ill because of hidden stresses. Dr. David Clarke has done pioneering work with over 7,000 of these patients, often sent to him as a last resort. In plain language, he describes the major types of stress and explains steps for treatment with a range of effective techniques. Case histories that read like medical mysteries illustrate the concepts and make them easy to apply. This significant book offers real solutions to put a stop to the stress illness epidemic.

Dr. Clarke is a clinical assistant professor of medicine with Oregon Health Sciences University and a clinical lecturer with Pacific University, and has had a private practice since 1984. He developed an award-winning monthly seminar on stress illness, and local doctors have given their patients 50,000 copies of his brochure on this topic.

©2007 David D. Clarke; (P)2009 Wetware Media

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    Tony Middleton, WI, USA 01-13-10
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    "Great material, bad recording"

    The book itself and the reading of it (by Dr. Clarke) were great. Sadly, the audio was terrible. There is no high end and the audio is very muffled and barely tolerable at points. I downloaded audio format 4 and hope Audible can repair it and bring it up to par with their other recordings so that others can enjoy and learn from this book.

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    Jennifer Hockley, TX, USA 02-16-10
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    "Great Book. Bad Narrator."

    The narrator's voice is very monotone and will put you to sleep, but other than that, it's a good book.

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    Angela Texas, USA 09-15-13
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    "wonderfully informative but difficult to listen to"
    Would you be willing to try another one of David D. Clarke’s performances?

    I'd certainly be willing to purchase another one of his books however not if it is a self narrated audio book. The audio quality if this book sounds as if it was recorded in some ones garage, there is a terrible hollowness to it, almost an echo that makes it excruciatingly difficult to listen to. It Is well read, and the narrator even has a nice speaking voice, it is the Quality if the recording that is horrible.


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    The information contained in this book is very interesting so I do think the book is worth the money, had the book been any less interesting or less informative I would have given up due to the poor quality of the audio recording itself. Possibly it would be better to purchase this book as a paperback or hardback copy?

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