Living Well with a Hidden Disability: Transcending Doubt and Shame and Reclaiming Your Lifeby Stacy Taylor, Robert Epstein
A startling number of Americans who look healthy and function normally suffer from recurring symptoms not visible to the eye. Their conditions may limit their enjoyment of life, and like the physically disabled, they are forced to deal with feelings ranging from anxiety and shame to anger and self-pity. Living Well with a Hidden Disability reassures readers that they aren't alone. With thoughtful, frank writing and useful worksheets, the authors offer strategies for dealing with pain and confusing emotions. They cover the effect of disabilities on everyday life, creating a valuable resource for adults who desire complete, productive lives.
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