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The Pain Survival Guide: How to Reclaim Your Life.

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The pain survival guide; how to reclaim your life.

Turk, Dennis W. and Frits Winter.

American Psychological Assn.

2006

203 pages

$19.95

Paperback

RB127

Rather than reinforcing the common message to patients to learn to live with pain, pain researchers/clinicians Turk (U. of Washington) and Winter (the Netherlands) echo Charlie Brown's advice in the Peanuts comic strip: "Don't let your body push you around!" They present a pain management program of activities and rational (as in rational emotive therapy) thinking. Research supporting their approach is listed by condition.

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