Using Your Brain to Get Rid of Your Pain

A simple, common sense guide on how to manage stress, reduce pain, and think more healthily.

Includes bonus material, and a complimentary downloadable gift of an MP3 guided relaxation session. More

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About John Perrier

John Perrier was born in Brisbane, Australia in 1967. Perrier has published four books across a variety of genres and subjects.

His first book, published in 1999, was entitled 'Back Pain: How to get Rid of It Forever'. This book emanated from his career as a physiotherapist, and his frustration that all other self-help books on the market gave the same advice and exercises, regardless of the patient’s problem! This book was an instant success in Australia, selling out of its original print run.

'Back Pain’ spawned an offshoot publication, entitled 'Using Your Brain to Get Rid of Your Pain'. This compact paperback was a simple, commonsense guide on how to manage stress, reduce pain and think more healthily.

Perrier has since gone on to write and self publish two other novels. The first, his major work to date, is 'Captain Rum'. This work chronicles the tale of Fintan McAdam, who set sail, solo, from London in 1821, on a wondrous journey of discovery.

Finally, Perrier has written a humorous travel biographic entitled ‘Campervan Kama Sutra’, the story of a family holiday across outback Australia, with three kids, in a campervan. If you have half as much fun reading this account as he had writing it, then you are in for a treat!

Perrier has three upcoming book projects, which are all nearing completion. First is an enhanced e-book for 'Using your brain', which includes audio. Second is a science fiction/comedy novel for young adult readers entitled 'A Few Quiet Beers with God' and third, a short self-help book entitled '10 exercises that will keep you young forever.'

When he is not writing, Perrier likes to play basketball, cheer on his beloved Carlton Blues Australian football club, potter in his herb garden, walk, muck around with his kids, or listen to blues music.

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