AudioBook Pictures & Resources from Why We Hurt

Pictures and resource links from Brent's new book Why We Hurt

Brent Stevenson

Why We Hurt: Understanding How To Be Comfortable In Your Own Body is available on Audible, Amazon, and iTunes as of January 10, 2024 and on a broader variety of platforms starting May 2024.

Below are copies of the pictures and resources listed in the paperback and eBook versions. This post can be used as a resource for those choosing to listen to my narration of Why We Hurt.

*Thank you to my talented business partner at Envision Physiotherapy Harry Toor for illustrating Why Hurt Hurt and providing all these amazing pictures

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Additional Resources

Here is a list of people, podcasts, websites, and books I believe you will find helpful and interesting along your path of making sense of the world:

Brent Stevenson, Physiotherapist & Author



Chan Gunn, Physician & Developer of IMS


Jean Pierre Barral, Osteopath & Author


Gabor Mate, Author & Physician


Tim Ferriss, Podcaster & Author


Michael Pollan, Author


Paul Stamets, Mycologist & Activist


Andrew Huberman, Neuroscientist & Podcaster


Tim Urban, Blogger & Author, Thinker


Bruce Perry, Psychiatrist & Author, Trauma


Daniel Siegel, Psychiatrist & Author, Mindfulness


Diane Lee, Physiotherapist & Educator


Malcolm Gladwell, Author & Journalist


Sue Johnson, Clinical Psychologist & Author


James Nestor, Author & Journalist, Breathing


Bessel van der Kolk, Psychiatrist & Author, Trauma


Alan Gordon, Psychotherapist & Author, Chronic Pain


Mark Manson, Author of The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F#ck


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