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solace

(sŏ′lăs)
An object or resource that soothes pain or mental stress. In children a teddy bear or a “security” blanket may provide solace. In later life, one's spouse, a friend, or a hobby may be a source of comfort and security.
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Solace offers a residential program that addresses the biological, psychological, social and spiritual quadrants of the client when it comes to addiction treatment for alcohol, drugs, sex, gambling and food.
At Solace, the treatment and its duration is customised to suit the specific needs of the individual.
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Malcolm is Marketing Director at Solace Spa www.solacespa.co.uk or 0121 455 7380
Solace Spa offers an extensive range of treatments including waxing, body therapy, holistic therapy, manicure, pedicure, make-up and tinting, spa packages and colon hydrotherapy.
TO QUALIFY for this free * reader offer, you must complete an online booking form and register at www.solacespa.co.uk to claim your free 30-minute "revive facial" You will need to use the code SOLACEMAIL Once submitted, a Solace Spa representative will contact you to confirm your appointment date and time within 48 hours of your booking being received.
"As the market for message routers moves to the next phase of adoption, carrier customers are asking for a versatile application services platform that is scalable, robust, and manageable," said Peter Ashton, VP Marketing and Product Management, Solace Systems.