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Lisa Oz's New Book: The 3 Most Important Relationships In Your Life


Apr. 6 2011, Published 4:00 a.m. ET

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Renowned author Lisa Oz defines the three most important relationships in your life with her New York Times bestseller, US: Transforming Ourselves and the Relationships that Matter Most. The book takes an insightful look at how people can effectively navigate through the cornucopia of complex relationships that make up their daily lives.

The book, which comes out in paperback Tuesday, defines the three most important relationships as the ones with the self, others and the Divine. It has garnered huge words of praise from the literary, academic and medical communities, with some saying that reading it is akin to a life-changing experience.

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Marci Shimoff, another New York Times bestselling author, said it's "filled with incredible insight, and reading it is like talking to a best friend.

"Thanks goodness Lisa Oz has stepped into the spotlight; her warmth, wit, and wisdom is a gift on every page."

Dean Ornish, M.D. Founder and President, Preventive Medicine Research Institute Clinical Professor of Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco, said once you begin to "read this inspiring book," you "begin healing your life."

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"Us is, quite simply, the best book about transforming our relationships -- to ourselves and to others -- that I've ever read," Ornish wrote. "Lisa Oz is a shaman in disguise, a genius of the soul -- powerful, authentically funny, and wise.

"Read this inspiring book and begin healing your life." 

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