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Jeanine developed a keen interest in what makes humans thrive twenty years ago. Now she understands she was asking a broader question than most researchers were. She also knows that we receive the answers to the questions we ask! She has a vision of a much better world for everyone, but it is not just a dream, she knows how to achieve the goal. For the last few years she has devoted her life to sharing this information with as many people as possible in programs designed for individuals and organizations. Realizing she could help more people with a book, she began writing. Her first book, True Prevention--Optimum Health: Remember Galileo was released May 5, 2014. She has also written a novel in which the heroine teaches the skills by demonstrating them as she moves through a series of events. The novel is the first of a trilogy that sometimes has her jumping out of bed at 3 a.m. to add new scenes. Jeanine raised her two daughters on her own from the time they were preschoolers. She says her goal was always to "Raise children I would like as adults. I knew I would always love them, but liking them was my goal." She always smiles when she says this because she has achieved that goal. Her life reflects how good life can become when you apply the skills and knowledge she shares with her readers. She is marrying the man of her dreams in 2014. They will live in the Charlotte, North Carolina area until they build their dream home in the mountains. Jeanine loves being surrounded by nature and wants a home where she brings a camera to breakfast because "You never know what you'll see." Her soon-to-be husband delights in surprising her with romantic getaways where he tells her how many days to pack for and the anticipated weather--but nothing about the destination. She loves both these trips and the ones she plans. She is blessed with friends around the world, many of whom she met during her travels. Her work is scientifically based but she is deeply spiritual. She has taken the time to build bridges from a variety of worldviews to the keys to human thriving. She has ways of explaining the keys to greater thriving that appeal to scientific, religious, and spiritual worldviews and has somehow woven them together in a way that brings the world closer to peace. Her deepest hope is not only that you will enjoy her books, but that they will provide you with information that you use to thrive more in your life--to be the shining light she believes everyone is capable of Being. Short book description In the future, humans will view modern medicine as little better than we currently view the healing practices of the middle ages. Science evincing that we currently treat symptoms, not the root causes of illnesses, exists. True PreventionâOptimum Health: Remember Galileo takes up the challenge of building a bridge to the future where prevention occurs at the root causeâsignificantly reducing illness and suffering. Practical solutions that increase human thriving are provided. Readers are reminded to remember Galileo because the tendency to resist information that conflicts with what we believe we know continues to delay the benefits of advances reaching those who can benefit the most. The life enhancing benefits revealed in this book are too great to ignore.
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