From Readers without Pain

“I must say I was absolutely surprised by how much I took away from this terrific story. Though I do not suffer any debilitating chronic illness, nor am I in the medical profession in any capacity, I was quite curious. The merging of varied disciplines of medicine with such an open mind was amazing. The thorough documentation of the entire process allowed tremendous reflection on so many levels of emotion. Brave and Honest. Well done.”
— John Costello

“Even though I do not suffer from chronic pain, the mind, body, spirit connection discussion was helpful on different levels. Mary Ruth’s life story is a good read on its own as her journey through life and pain is a very human tale. I recommend this book to people who are ready to take the next step up in their spiritual journey.”
— Diane Julian

“Mary Ruth Velicki has provided an intensely personal and powerful story of her own journey from painful physical and psychological misery and despair to a nearly painfree state, but the transformation and its many routes and detours are fascinating. Better still are how instructive this book can be to not only someone working in the health delivery field, but also to anyone who has ever had to suffer from a painful physical condition. Mary Ruth provides many avenues to investigate for lessening one’s pain, while providing her own holistic interpretations of the various treatment modalities. A captivating story of persevering, healing, and hope!”
— Steve Fuller

“Although about chronic physical pain, this book and the insights that Mary Ruth gives to us helps along the path of all pain…be it temporary but debilitating like hip, knee or back or “chronic” in the sense of soul/heart pain. I have bought copies for several of my friends and family to help them along life in general…which we know always carries some pain. thank you Mary Ruth Velicki!”
— Leonita Sianez

“Mary Ruth Velicki’s story is inspirational and provides hope for pain sufferers. She aptly relays her struggles on her journey to a pain free world – it is detailed and enlightening. She provides several avenues of treatments and resources. I admire her persistence, strength and courage.”
— Ann Breeden

“Mary Ruth shows such tenacity is searching for a cure to her chronic pain. Her quest for relief and determination to find the people who understood and could provide this lessening of distress is a journey that I felt part of. The references included are a tremendous help for anyone travelling a similar path.”
— Pauline McMahon