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  • Big-Z - Really ExcellentUnlike some reviewers I had no problems installing or running any part on Windows 7 64bit. Everything worked well and was very easy to follow and fill in. I completed every document as well as the Living Will without a hitch. Yes, you can only have access to the Living Will for two years and make changes for only one year, but considering the cost of this entire package, compared to a lawyer's fees, how can anyone complain! I have no reluctance to recommend this download since it was super easy and worked flawlessly for me. It takes many hours to complete but one can return to work on it many times. I completed and printed all documents over a two week period with a couple of hours per session.
  • frugal shopper - Creates miracles!When I read in another review here that this was the ONLY book you need for back pain, I was skeptical. But after buying and reading three of the top-selling books on Amazon on back pain, I'd like to say that if you can only buy one book, buy this one. The first book I got helped me learn more about the medical establishment and conventional treatments. The second one on the McKenzie methods might have led me to injure myself more if I'd continued to try some of his exercises which turned out to be not safe for my herniated disk. The third book I read was Gokhale's, and I had dramatic results just from practicing one of the techniques, "Stretchlying" one night. I continued to improve as I made adjustments to my pillow and bed over the next few nights. My sciatica pain, which had only improved somewhat with months of physical therapy (and mostly from my insisting that my therapist help me improve my sitting posture), decreased 80 or 90% with "stretchlying" and has not worsened over the past few weeks. If I had bought this book several months ago I would have saved a lot of money on physical therapy. I had not been able to sleep on my back but have been able to do so comfortably using her technique and am waking up pain-free.

    I agree with another reviewer that it can be difficult to know if you are doing things correctly just from reading the book. I was only able to figure out stretchlying out of the techniques for sure on my own from the book out of all the techniques that was indicated as being safe for my condition. The proof was the dramatic decrease in pain that I experienced as a result. The rest of the techniques I am waiting to learn from Esther Gokhale's classes as I discovered I have the great good fortune of living within easy commute of where she teaches. The author's institute also offers free webinars so that you can see how you're supposed to do some of it. I found that reading the book very carefully helped me to get more out of the in-person introductory class that I took from her last night.

    Also, I stopped by the house of some friends of mine to share this discovery with them, and the husband was complaining of neck pain (which I don't have). I showed him a technique I learned in the class which is also in the book, and he had immediate relief! It was the highlight of my day. Gokhale's techniques also provide relief from tennis elbow, fibromyalgia, and strangely enough, constipation, not just back and neck pain. The information deserves to be spread exponentially and would alleviate huge amounts of physical suffering in our society.
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    There is a comprehensive chapter on breastfeeding that I am finding very useful, and even a website that corresponds to the book so that you can see what normal "poop" looks like, rashes, and other things that first time mommy's might be worried about.

    The chapter on vaccination is great as well! I highly recommend this book to any first time Mom, and it really is a perfect gift.

    I wish that I would have been able to read the Expecting 411, I had What to Expect, which was good, but I think this is alot more up to date and progressive.
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