"If I can do it - so can you! Recovery is possible."

Ever since the painter Talor Sela can remember, she dealt with physical phenomena that struck her, causing pain and suffering. Countless attempts to recover through conventional and alternative treatment failed to free her from fits of pains, insomnia, fatigue and a relentless decline in quality of life.

 

Her efforts to understand what she was suffering from, and the desperate desire to be healthy, led to a significant breakthrough in her life when she was diagnosed with fibromyalgia syndrome and chronic exhaustion.

A new hope

 

This book is based on a true and revealing life story, and is an inspiration for every soul who seeks to break boundaries that seem impossible to overcome. This self-taught method has achieved optimal health for her, and here she gives readers a chance to skip stages in the ladder of suffering and bring about a marked change in their lives.

 

Make the impossible possible

 

In this book she talks frankly about what you cannot see, about the road to recovery, the steps, the hurdles, her insights, the effects of the syndrome and freeing herself from it during the course of her life. The genuine honesty of her writing plays the most delicate chords in the human soul and gives us a glimpse of the wonderful world of a gentle and sensitive soul who chose to take her life in her hands and make the impossible possible, the unattainable accessible and realize her dreams.

 

In clear, fluent and exciting language, Talor reveals her proven method of recovery, a method that changed her life. She hopes that, in the same way, you will also succeed in your journey.

Yes. You can overcome Fibromyalgia!

In clear, fluent and exciting language, Talor reveals her proven method of recovery, a method that changed her life. She hopes that, in the same way, you will also succeed in your journey.

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Highly recommended

By Cheryl Wood

 

I liked reading this. This book has me thinking that maybe I can do something to help my health. I've had fibro for about 18 yrs now. I've decided to turn to meds these past 2 years.

Good Book

By Donna Thomas

 

I learned a lot from your book my condition is not as bad as yours at this point but you have taught me ways to cope thanks for that.

The Most Amazing Story About A Woman With Fibromyalgia

By grandmadaley

 

First, I'd like you to know that I've had fibromyalgia for 22 years. I read every book I could get my hands on for the first decade or so, then I gave up. I just hadn't found the book for me, until now. I'm an avid Kindle reader and collect as many free books of types that I enjoy.

 

A month or so ago a free book was offered, Talor's book, Fibromyalgia: The Secret to Recovery" I don't believe in coincidences, so I truly believe that this book found me. :-) The story begins with the explanation of Talor's parents being Holocaust survivors, it touched my heart, it took me in, I knew this woman was going to have an interesting, although painful story to tell. Talor shares the symptoms of her experience with fibromyalgia, the disappointments, relationships, work, family experiences.

 

The most exciting part is how she pulls her story together so beautifully in sharing how she's come to dealing with FMS and her recovery, and does a incredible job. I absolutely loved the book as you can tell.I'm 67 years old and am feeling that there still may be hope. You can't not read this book if you have fibromyalgia. Please take my word for it and read it. I promise, you won't be sorry. If you have fibromyalgia you'll know exactly what I mean after you read it!!

About the author:

 

Talor Sela, daughter of Holocaust survivors, a mother of four boys, is now a counselor and alternative therapies consultant, lecturer, an intuitive painter and hosts workshops for meditation and guided imagination.

 

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