Wellness, the Code for a Great Life!

Have you ever had the experience that sometimes things appear to go in a circle in life? In 1987, an energetic Activity Therapist and myself (a nurse clinical specialist at that time) created a health enhancing psychoeducational group for high functioning patients in a private hospital. I wanted a more attractive name than just “stress management” and we also wanted to cover moderate exercise and basic balanced nutrition and lifestyle as well as relaxation, and other more traditional stress management topics. I came up with the name: “The Wellness Issues Group”. A few years later I attended a seminar at our local cancer survivor center, that incidentally had “Wellness” in its name. The director enthusiastically shared they came up with the name that reflected their positive outlook after hearing a psychiatric Activity Therapist’s presentation on her “The Wellness Issues Group”, and found out she was the group leader who had taken over after my friend and I had moved off the unit! It felt super to know the concept we had promoted had now spread!

Late last year I was contacted by Dr. John Ellis, of the Ellis Institute and was honored to co-author with him and other experts in several aspects of the wellness field, a new book I am happy to share with you entitled: The Wellness Code, which launched on April 12, 2012. Dr. Ellis is offering a lot of bonuses to anyone who wishes to purchase this health enhancing work during its launch.

I hope all who wish to participate will enjoy the great suggestions in The Wellness Code that can help you attain a more balanced, healthy life, because YOU ARE WORTH IT!

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