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Transform Your Chronic Life: You CAN Be Happy in Spite of Chronic Illness
     

Transform Your Chronic Life: You CAN Be Happy in Spite of Chronic Illness

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by Wendy Burnett
 

Although millions of people around the world live with chronic illness, few share their experience publicly for fear of the effect it will have on their employability. Wendy shares her own experience and the lessons it has taught her openly and honestly, providing both practical tips for reducing the physical and emotional stresses of living with chronic illnesses

Overview

Although millions of people around the world live with chronic illness, few share their experience publicly for fear of the effect it will have on their employability. Wendy shares her own experience and the lessons it has taught her openly and honestly, providing both practical tips for reducing the physical and emotional stresses of living with chronic illnesses and the knowledge that you are not alone in your journey.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940044610798
Publisher:
Wendy Burnett
Publication date:
06/25/2013
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
85 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

Wendy is a blogger, freelance writer, and health activist. She has been dealing with multiple chronic illnesses since her diagnosis with fibromyalgia and a rheumatoid-type arthritis in 1996, and has acquired various other diagnoses in the years since. Her experience with various treatment modalities, both within the framework of "traditional allopathic medicine," and outside that framework has provided a wide range of knowledge, as well as an ability to find alternatives where necessary.

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Transform Your Chronic Life: You CAN Be Happy in Spite of Chronic Illness 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great insight and good ideas. She gives out helpful websites and books to check out, and the letter from Dr. Rob and her response to it were great. Wendy is a good author who pushes through in life despite her pain and other symtoms. I will have to check out more of her books or blogs. Thanks for sharing, Wendy. From one chronic pain sufferer to another, it's good to be reminded we can still have a life in spite of the challenges we face everyday. We don't have to give up even during times we may feel like it. I just wish I had more people to talk to who understand what it's like. I don't have many friends anymore, but thank God my husband gets it. He's disabled with chronic pain too.