Bridge to Healing: Finding Strength to Cope with Illness

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“Bridge to Healing” is an inspiring journey through personal illness. You will benefit from the practical methods that psychotherapist Israela Meyerstein devised to survive and thrive following her encounter with cancer. This is a marvelous account of the power of spirituality in enduring life’s greatest challenges. It is also a work of great compassion, for it will lighten the burden of illness not only for the sufferer, but also for those who care for them.

Author: Israela Meyerstein

Softcover, 200 pages

$18.00

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Healing and curing are two distinct entities. When you heal your life, your body gets a live message and does all it can to help you to survive … Cancer is a unique experience for each individual. When you are willing to explore your experience and ask what you are to learn from your journey through Hell, the curse can become a blessing … Israela Meyerstein shows us how to heal, find peace, and not wage a war against the cancer enemy and empower it. She shows us how to treat the experience and not just the result. She removes the guilt, shame and blame issues, and like Maimonides, understands that disease is not God’s punishment … What you need to do is seek help by looking for what you have lost: your health. So read on and learn from the wisdom of the sages and ages that you are not a diagnosis or a statistic. You are a survivor.
  • Paperback: 200 pages
  • Author: Israela Meyerstein
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-13: 978-1936778485

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1 review for Bridge to Healing: Finding Strength to Cope with Illness

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    5 out of 5

    Israela Meyerstein has written an uplifting and informative book to help patients and their families find new sources of strength and wisdom in coping with life-threatening or chronic illness.

    Prof. Julie Cwikel , Chilewich Family Chair in Studies in Social Integration, Director, Center for Women’s Health Studies and Promotion, Spitzer Department of Social Work
    Ben-Gurion University of the Negev

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