Author and Trainer & Coach John Sarno, Also Known as “Sarn.”

Play Audio Clip Listen to audio clip. I’m just coming off St. Patrick’s Day; I believe in one-size-fits-all when it comes to feasting at Irish pubs or any pub. I really want to set…

Author and Trainer & Coach John Sarno, Also Known as "Sarn."

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I’m just coming off St. Patrick’s Day; I believe in one-size-fits-all when it comes to feasting at Irish pubs or any pub.

I really want to set a precedent and get health reporting right for two reasons:

– I’m a kid of ’65. There’s a history of pain relief in that institution;

– I was sitting at a table in a pub in Dublin once and one gentleman was interested in diving right in. And I said “Well, you’re either Irish or dying”, to which he said, “Yeah, so what if I lose the house if I keep drinking.”

Over the next several years, I have to believe that somehow, in trying to have a normal life, I ended up in a pub trying to find the authentic therapy, the true healing power, that I believed in.

I really do believe that if only I got in touch with this person there were prayers answered and he was healed.

About the author:

*Most famously known for helping author and editor Brenda Kelly debut with the success of The A-Team in the 1970s, John Sarno was prolific and critically revered. His first book was The Gospel according to Omar. He then authored-as a young man-Two Doctors, a book written for his mother who was dying of cancer. Their touching tale of sisterhood and sickness won the prestigious William Daniel Award for first novels. He followed up with several other books and produced some of the 1970s’ most notable and popular motion pictures. His other books include Orenda: A Story of Faith and Treasure (based on a novel by composer Harrison Biddle), Deadlines and Exits, a midlife crisis novel, and The Human Embassy: Mastering the World of the Honoring Worthies, to name a few. John was a widely published critic, commentator, and coach of professionals in sports, culture, and business. John’s work can be found in hundreds of prestigious and thought-provoking publications including Reader’s Digest, Time, Popular Science, Vogue, Newsweek, and even the TV Guide Guide. Sarno recently penned an article in the National Observer titled ‘Proper Way to Drink’.

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