The Book


2017 Bill Fisher Award for Best First Book – Non Fiction

Medalist 2017 IPPY Awards

 Named Award-Winner in the “Health: General” category of the 2016 Best Book Awards


Named Finalist for IAN 2016 Book of the Year!finalist IAN Book of the Year

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Volume One: Put Out the Fire!

Section 1     Why Does it Hurt?

Section 2     How Do I Make it Stop?

Section 3     How do I Keep it From Happening Again?

Volume Two: Fix the Fire Damage!

Look for it in 2018…!


Volume Three: Plan for Fire Prevention!

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Please consult a health care provider for the proper treatment of your pain.

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4 thoughts on “The Book

  1. Robert Fay

    Is it, perhaps, better said: Be in the MOVEMENT of now. Instead of Be in the moment of now.

    Think on the MoVement of now, instead of the MoMent of now.

    [EveRbody’s] Guide To Everyday Pain

    {The above ‘Freudian slips’ in spelling (when taking notes) arrived specifically to support you with new directions of your thinking/inspirations when writing your coming new book.}

    1. DrLiou Post author

      Hello Robert! Now I know who to credit for this great phrase! Thanks for listening in this morning and I will definitely have that in mind “moving” forward (ha ha!). Cheers!

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