By John J Prendergast, PhD
This is one of the most touching books I've read as of late. And that can be difficult to say about a nonfiction book! "in touch" is not specifically about pain, but knowing how many things contribute to the persistence of the pain experience, it feels exceptionally applicable. In his book, John Prendergast leads us through an exploration of the body, and specifically the heart, as an amazing resource. With so many strategies available for reducing our fear responses, I'm amazed at how this one seems to capture them all into one big, but quite simple, package.
The book itself offers wonderful knowledge told with the support of touching stories, and offers a multitude of led practices for personal exploration. I've done most of them and can't say enough about how simple and yet powerful they have all felt personally.
If you'd like to check it out, you can find it here!