Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Maren O. Mitchell published a book on chronic pain relief.

Author, Maren O. Mitchell

Beat Chronic Pain, An Insider’s Guide, has been released by Line of Sight Press, http://www.lineofsightpress.com/ .

Maren Mitchell of Young Harris, GA has published her non-fiction book that will help anyone who lives with pain. 

Maren began her struggle with pain when  a tumor on her spine forced her to undergo surgery. Over the years she learned ways to cope with her pain without succumbing to prescription drugs. 

For those who depend completely on pain killers and often become addicted to them, this book by Maren Mitchell might be their salvation. Her common sense route to practices that can make life more bearable and return the quality of life for victims of unending pain, is offered in short easily read paragraphs. Mitchell says those suffering with chronic pain find it difficult to pore over long passages of research to find answers.

Visit Line of Sight Press to place your order.


dkistner said...

My sister has suffered from chronic pain for decades and was addicted to Xanax for a years. (It took her years to get off of it, too, during which time she was a crazy basketcase.) I've let her know about Maren's book.

Anonymous said...

Glenda, you are kind to post this information on your site. Thanks so much.

Maren O. Mitchell

Brenda Kay Ledford said...

Congratulations upon the publication of your book, Maren. This is a great book for people who are living with chronic pain. Thanks for sharing your experiences. I'm sure you will help many people who are facing this health issue.

Glenda Beall said...

Hi Diane,
Thanks for you comment. Yes, we all know of someone who lives with chronic pain and the meds out there are often not the answer.
I hope this book will help your sister.

Glenda Beall said...

Hello Maren,
I am happy to tell my readers about your book. I believe in you as a writer and I've read parts of your manuscript so I know the value of this book. I also have seen how you manage to live a normal life in spite of the constant pain. I hope you sell a million books, and I hope a million people will be helped by your research and your writing.

Anonymous said...

Diane, Brenda and Glenda, I am touched and humbled by your kind words and encouragement. Thank you from my heart. My heart and soul are in this effort and my hope is that some of the book will help those who happen to read it.

A million, Glenda?? You ARE optimistic!

Maren O. Mitchell

Gay said...

Glenda, this book might be a good birthday present for Charlie. What do you think?