Annette L. Jackson is from Quincy, IL, but has lived in Goldsboro, NC, for twenty-two years. She possesses a medical administrative assistant degree. She loves being in the companion of her dog and her husband, Jeff. She wrote this book in order to reach out to those who suffer from chronic fibromyalgia.
I Hurt Like Hell: Fibromyalgia, Now Hear it From Someone Who Lives it Everydayby Annette Jackson
After discovering she has fibromyalgia, or FMS, a disease causing unbearable chronic pain in the body, Annette�s life starts to change. Her first husband leaves her, she loses her job, and she is called several names both by unknown
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Living with a disease is inexplicably difficult, so much so that you often think of suicide or just not waking up one morning.
After discovering she has fibromyalgia, or FMS, a disease causing unbearable chronic pain in the body, Annette�s life starts to change. Her first husband leaves her, she loses her job, and she is called several names both by unknown people and by those she trusts.
Having the disease is a constant battle with severe pain, and it doesn�t help that she is feeling worse despite the condition being not progressive. But she has to fight every day and redeem the life she has before.
I Hurt Like Hell, by Annette L. Jackson, is a true account of how a common woman suffered from FMS and eventually got back�it�s a book of inspiration for others with the same condition.
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Not a book or even a short article. Poorly written 70 so pages where author keeps repeating the same thing. No new information on fibro, no insight, simply terrible! Dont waste your money!..really doesnot deserve even one star.
I have Fibromyalgia, and it sucks! This book is just what I needed...someone to say, "I have it. I know your pain," The book could have used an editor but it is a wonderful book! I am lucky to have found it. Well worththe $6!!