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Epilepsy You’re Not Alone: A Personal Approach on How to Cope with an Epilepsy Disorder
     

Epilepsy You’re Not Alone: A Personal Approach on How to Cope with an Epilepsy Disorder

by Stacey Chillemi
 
Managing the Stress of Epilepsy can be devastating for the people who are affected with the disorder and for their family and love ones. Many people who have been diagnosed with epilepsy feel devastated, confused, and very alone. Today, approximately 50 million people worldwide have epilepsy.

Inside this book, you'll discover...

• Valuable

Overview

Managing the Stress of Epilepsy can be devastating for the people who are affected with the disorder and for their family and love ones. Many people who have been diagnosed with epilepsy feel devastated, confused, and very alone. Today, approximately 50 million people worldwide have epilepsy.

Inside this book, you'll discover...

• Valuable information about epilepsy
• How to balance your emotions
• The support you need
• Self-help techniques to help you cope emotionally
• Recovery techniques
• Nutrition and fitness strategies to help strengthen and improve your body
• Mediation exercises
• Inspiring poetry and stories written by people with epilepsy
• And much more…

Life does not have to cease just because you have epilepsy. The techniques in this book will help you build the inner power to do anything or become anything you want in life. The approaches in this book for dealing with epilepsy will enable you to take a better direction in your everyday life of living and dealing with your disorder. In this book, you will learn how to change your life, so you can learn to live a happy, healthy and productive life.

Editorial Reviews

Editor - Jo-Ann Reccoppa
Stacey does not believe in self-pity. Stacey believes in helping herself and helping others with epilepsy in the process. -- Jo-Ann Reccoppa - Epilepsy You're Not Alone, 05/17/2000
Journalist - Jenna Martin
Stacey Chillemi is 32 years old, a mother of three, a wife and writer. Her journey and reason for being is defined each day by the happiness in her children's eyes and the people with epilepsy she has helped through her writing. -- Jenna Martin, Senior Editor
NJ 12 News - Della Crews
Life deals us many hard blows that we often don't expect. I admire the fact that someone like Stacey Chillemi was thrown a curve ball that may have knocked many of us down to the point where many of us may not have wanted to get back up, but she did. It wasn't easy but she possesses a determined spirit that won't let her give up. For that reason Stacey will go far and achieve whatever dreams she sets her mind to accomplish. --Della Crews, Anchor/Talk Show Host, News 12, NJ
Reader Amazon - Read The Book
It is only since I read this book that it become obvious how living each day with epilepsy can be a real struggle for the people with the disorder and their love ones too. Chillemi gives very informative information and hope for the future. Reading "Epilepsy You're Not Alone" will give you hope for the future and show you how you can cope with the disorder....Customer
Newspaper journalist - Lad - Journalist
Inspired by her own battles,Chillemi wrote a book to give those coping with the disorder greater self esteem,hope and motivation. -- Lad - Star Ledger Newspaper
Jo-Ann Reccoppa
Stacey does not believe in self-pity. Stacey believes in helping herself and helping others with epilepsy in the process. -- Jo-Ann Reccoppa - Epilepsy You're Not Alone, 05/17/2000
Read The Book
It is only since I read this book that it become obvious how living each day with epilepsy can be a real struggle for the people with the disorder and their love ones too. Chillemi gives very informative information and hope for the future. Reading "Epilepsy You're Not Alone" will give you hope for the future and show you how you can cope with the disorder....Customer
Jenna Martin
Stacey Chillemi is 32 years old, a mother of three, a wife and writer. Her journey and reason for being is defined each day by the happiness in her children's eyes and the people with epilepsy she has helped through her writing. -- Jenna Martin, Senior Editor
Della Crews
Life deals us many hard blows that we often don't expect. I admire the fact that someone like Stacey Chillemi was thrown a curve ball that may have knocked many of us down to the point where many of us may not have wanted to get back up, but she did. It wasn't easy but she possesses a determined spirit that won't let her give up. For that reason Stacey will go far and achieve whatever dreams she sets her mind to accomplish. --Della Crews, Anchor/Talk Show Host, News 12, NJ
Lad - Journalist
Inspired by her own battles,Chillemi wrote a book to give those coping with the disorder greater self esteem,hope and motivation. -- Lad - Star Ledger Newspaper

Product Details

BN ID:
2940011804878
Publisher:
Lulu Inc.
Publication date:
07/20/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
284 KB

Meet the Author

Stacey Chillemi graduated from Richard Stockton College in Pomona, New Jersey, majoring in marketing and advertisement. In the mid-nineties while in college, she began her first book, Epilepsy: You're Not Alone. It was published six years later. Before and after graduation in 1996, she worked in New York City for NBC. Since the birth of her children, she has been a freelance journalist. She has written features for journals and newspapers. Her articles have appeared in dozens of newspapers and magazines in North America and abroad. She won an award from the Epilepsy Foundation of America in 2002 for her help and dedication to people with epilepsy.

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