Fever of Unknown Origin: A True Tale of Medicine, Mystery, and Magic

Fever of Unknown Origin: A True Tale of Medicine, Mystery, and Magic

by Judith M. Ford
Fever of Unknown Origin: A True Tale of Medicine, Mystery, and Magic

Fever of Unknown Origin: A True Tale of Medicine, Mystery, and Magic

by Judith M. Ford

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Overview

Judith Ford was a successful psychotherapist with a relatively new second marriage, a full-time clinical practice, and three children. She was also a runner, a yoga-practitioner, a dancer, and a writer when she came down with a mysterious illness that landed her in the hospital for a full summer and nearly ended her life. She recovered through a combination of Western medicine and shamanic journeys. A few years later she helped her parents through their final illnesses. This book is both her story and theirs, about how each of them maintained hope or sometimes despaired. It's about how they each suffered and rallied, laughed, loved, forgave, and let go. And it's about how all of us live in the shadows of the unknown and the unanswerable.


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781666799026
Publisher: Wipf & Stock Publishers
Publication date: 06/08/2022
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Pages: 286
File size: 3 MB

About the Author

Judith M. Ford is a widely published writer whose short work has appeared in over thirty magazines, including Connecticut Review, Evening Street Review, Southern Humanities Review, and many others. Her work has been nominated three times for Pushcart prizes. She was a psychotherapist for thirty-five years and also taught creative writing in a private elementary school, at the University of Wisconsin Extension, and in a teen runaway shelter. She holds an MFA from Vermont College of Fine Arts. Her website is www.judithford.com.

Judith M. Ford is a widely published writer whose short work has appeared in over thirty magazines, including Connecticut Review, Evening Street Review, Southern Humanities Review, and many others. Her work has been nominated three times for Pushcart prizes. She was a psychotherapist for thirty-five years and also taught creative writing in a private elementary school, at the University of Wisconsin Extension, and in a teen runaway shelter. She holds an MFA from Vermont College of Fine Arts. Her website is www.judithford.com.

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