Book Review: Chronic Happy and How to Achieve It! - A Special Needs Parent's Survival Guide by Debbie Oveland
|5 stars, 1 review|
Debbie Ovelandabout this book: We all experience obstacles on our life journeys. But coupled with tenacity and inner strength, those obstales become tiny potholes, and most of the time they're easy to overcome. But sometimes when things occur (death of a loved one; special needs child, illness, accidents) it's difficult to function, not to mention being able to tap into the inner strength once so readly available. As a result we're left with feelings of self-doubt, guilt, and chronic sorrow.
If we're caregivers it's essential to come to terms with what's occurring, re-evaluate priorities, and become determined to experience chronic happy.
Written by board-certified nurse practioner, Debbie Oveland, Chronic Happy and How to Achieve It!: A Special Needs Parent's Survival Guide helps "you understand those feelings of sadness that emerge occasionally, how to navigate those emotions, and in many cases avoid them altogether."
Ms. Oveland accomplishes her goal of helping the reader to achieve "chronic happy" by revealing several stories and circumstances that has occured during her own journey.
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Just What I neededIt's true that for the most part that life is happy, but sometimes things do happen to cause depression and guilt. Direct and to the point, the author did a wonderful job of helping me to realize that the emotions I felt was normal, and how to overcome them. [by Gabriella Sharp]
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