Shared joy is a double joy; shared sorrow is half a sorrow. - Swedish Proverb
Russell Brand“Dr. Norm is a cosmonaut of consciousness, launching into the murky abyss and returning with meteoric treasures for us all.” —Russell Brand, Actor- John Smith

 

Soothe Your SAD With Dr. Norman E. Rosenthal

Norm-thumbDr. Norm first coined the term Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) and began studying the use of light therapy as a treatment in 1984. His discovery of SAD makes him the world expert and he has since helped millions of people worldwide.

For the first time ever Dr. Norm is making available his SAD secrets. His goal is to help as many people as possible

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Dr. Norm described Seasonal Affective Disorder and Light Therapy for its treatment out of necessity. Dr. Norm suffers himself from SAD and has been managing the condition for over 30 years. What he has packaged for you below is everything he wishes someone would have offered him in the beginning days.

SAD-PackageWhat is in the package?

#1 Dr. Norms Pocket Guide to Beating SAD (ebook)

#2 Exclusive Discount Vouchers on Quality Lighting Products ($50 Value)

#3 Unique Access to 3 Power Packed Webinars From the Man Himself

  • Video 1 – What is SAD & Winter Blues
  • Video 2 – Diagnosis & Treatments
  • Video 3 – Light Therapy A to Z (Everything you need to know)

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Here’s what the experts are saying about The Gift of Adversity:

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“Dr. Rosenthal catalyzes conversations around adversity with tales of wisdom and survival that we can all treasure.” —Mehmet C. Oz, M.D., host of The Dr. OZ Show

 

Russell Brand

 

“Dr. Norm is a cosmonaut of consciousness, launching into the murky abyss and returning with meteoric treasures for us all. His writing on the value of adversity may come to be regarded by Alien archeologists as a Rosetta Stone in understanding how we advance as individuals and as a culture.” —Russell Brand, Actor

 

Laura-Dern

 

“Dr. Rosenthal presents an intriguing and inspiring work on the endless ‘blessings in disguise’ which shape our lives and our world. He shares frank personal experiences along with stories of others, including historical events on a global scale. He offers suggestions on how to navigate through rough patches in life and celebrates the resilience of the human spirit.” —Laura Dern, Actress

 

Nancy-Lonsdorf

 

“A consummate observer of human nature, Rosenthal’s poignant, dramatic and always instructive vignettes are thought-provoking and irresistible, ever enticing to read “just one more,” and leaving us wiser, as if we’d lived many lifetimes in one, when the last page is turned. Read this book now to shortcut your path to life’s wisdom, and witness yourself growing quietly in compassion, acceptance, authenticity and genuine happiness, the gifts of adversity, and of a life well-lived, after all.”

– Nancy Lonsdorf, M.D., Integrative physician, speaker and author of The Ageless Woman, Natural Health and Beauty through Maharishi Ayurveda (MCD Century) and co-author, A Woman’s Best Medicine, Health, Happiness and Long Life through Maharishi Ayurveda (Tarcher/Penguin).

Marci-Schimoff

 

“In this timely and beautifully written work, renowned psychiatrist and best-selling author Norman Rosenthal tells intriguing stories that converge on an important theme–that many of life’s greatest lessons and joys aren’t the products of perfection, but the gifts of adversity. Each short chapter is its own delicious dish in a wonderful feast of a book.”
—Marci Shimoff, #1 NY Times bestselling author, Happy for No Reason, Love For No Reason, and Chicken Soup for the Woman’s Soul

Andrew-Solomon

 

This charming book joins deep insights from psychoanalysis to the humane wisdom of a life fully lived. Rosenthal captures both the complexity of our emotions and the pragmatics needed to harness them, and he does so with humor and grace.
—Andrew Solomon, Author of “Far From the Tree.”

Kay-Jamison

 

The Gift of Adversity is a wonderful book. Dr Rosenthal, psychiatrist and humanist, vividly describes the pains and setbacks brought about by our actions or circumstance and how we can use them to give substance and meaning to our lives. The Gift of Adversity is an important gift in its own right.
—Kay Redfield Jamison PhD, author of An Unquiet Mind

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