"My Dear Ones": The Love Story of a Great Physician for His Patients
|Rating||:||4.98 (636 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||331 Pages|
Storm walker said Five Stars. Fascinating story of Dr Lowe and his struggle to provide hope and help to his patients.. Life and works of Dr Low-greatly narrated In my earlier blog on Dr Abraham Low’s recovery technique, I had promised that I would be writing a blog on his biography My Dear Ones, the Marathi translation, of which, I was reading. Then, here it is.Despite the book being in Marathi, I have chosen to write this review in English, as the original book is in English. The translation is by Kamalini Phadke and is recently. Five Stars A fascinating biography of a man who began a very important shift in mental health and human potential.
In America today there are thousands of persons who are able to withstand the pressures and frustrations of modern life because of a discipline they learned through a unique organization - Recovery, Inc. Low's life from its humble European beginnings to his death in America as a venerated "healer" to thousands. In "My Dear Ones", Neil and Margaret Rau, who trained to become authorized group leaders in Recovery, Inc., in order to write understandably about it, tell the engrossing story of Dr. The turbulent period when his methods was under attack from within the profession is vividly re