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How to Eat

A Cure for ''Nerves''

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Published: 1921
Language: English
Wordcount: 20,063 / 61 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 74.8
LoC Category: RX
Downloads: 2,784
Added to site: 2006.11.12 15216

malady. I have staggered in black despair with staring eyes and bleeding feet and crying soul along this road strewn with thorns and stones. I know what it is to lie awake all night and cry like a baby, with none to know and none to tell me what to do. I know what it is to be tremendously ambitious. Ambition! Ambition! Ah, God of Heaven! How a poor soul suffers who beyond everything else, craves to be able to do something big in this world because he knows he should, yet is held down by this dreadful thing, "nerves!" And how little, how unspeakably little, do physicians, even the greatest of them, know, actually know, how we suffer, unless indeed there be one in whose own body the fiend has sunk deep its talons.

After I had my first breakdown I made up my mind to study medicine because something told me that I was one of those "peculiar" people who just think there is something the matter with them. Is it not strange that with all the advance that has been made in general medicine, little or n

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Average Rating of 1 from 1 reviews: *

Bunch of rubbish. Guy doesn't know what he talks about. Although i got to tell that following his advises would still improve regular American diet anyway. I definately see why this book is for free,the part that bufles me is that exact same "authors" still sell it.



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