..I thought you were much younger. seriously.
I also thought you were younger, so keep the party going as if you were 21 again.
Sorry, no, but 60 is the new black.
I think they call that irony. And not only in America.Love the feeling he has no idea what w're talking about.
What are you talking about?
120? I'm aiming for 140! If the hobbits can get that old, so can I...I think. :rolleyes:
You should read this.I know what you mean when it comes to backs. I've been in that 'club' since my late twenties...
Healing Back Pain promises permanent elimination of back pain without drugs, surgery, or exercise.
You should read this.
That's his whole point - that almost all back pain has to do with the mind, because physical back "injuries" are really very rare. You have to buy into it, I suppose, and I know it sounds like hippie voodoo shit, but that book changed my life about 15 years ago.I don't know if my pains has got anything to do with the mind, but it's certainly worth looking into.
He has, but you should get the one I linked to. It's the best one, and it should be the only one you need.I see John Sarno has written other books too on pain and the mind-body connection. Hopefully, he's on to something.
You have to buy into it, I suppose, and I know it sounds like hippie voodoo shit, but that book changed my life about 15 years ago.
Looks like this is the book here.