This information will help you in six major health areas, including:
©2001 Christiane Northrup and Mona Lisa Schulz © and(P) 2006 Hay House, Inc.
Had some potential, but the authors/narrators were so busy chatting that some of the information got lost or was never completely expressed. This was especially due to Christiane Northrup's propensity for rudly cutting in on Mona Lisa Schulz with some random unrelated question right when she was about sum up a thought.
"Women talking about women (mostly)"
I don't think I have ever heard a tape or cd like this one. It's as if you are sitting in a coffee shop listening to two very knowledgable women as they are discussing cases they have had at work. This recording is very relaxed and not at all clinical and I found the information it contained very useful. They almost talk over each other at times as their urgency to get their message across pushes them to speak. I recommend this very highly indeed. I was so disappointed when it finished.
"Surely has something of relevance for everyone?!"
I don't know if this will change my life, but there's lots of food for thought relating to health problems that, I and the people I know, have experienced. Very interesting indeed- I could probably listen to a whole bunch of these types of audiobooks and not get bored.
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