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Book: Katrina's Recovery from Mysterious Disease by Katrina Starzhynskaya
Katrina's Recovery from Mysterious Disease ~ Kiss your Lyme, CFS, Fibromyalgia and other "invisible" illnesses Good-Bye exposes the disturbing truth about the silent epidemic that Lyme Disease has become. It is a skin-crawling, goose bump-provoking medical memoir about Katrina?s journey from a devastating neurological and autoimmune disease to a full recovery. Discover this entertaining, [...]
 
Book: M.E. and me - Chronic Fatigue - My Recovery After 10 Years by Stuart Aken
Having had ME/CFS for ten years, Stuart Aken has now recovered. In his concise book, you'll find information, advice, and a very personal story of what it is to suffer the condition and, more importantly, to recover from it. You'll discover a message of hope for all concerned. So, whether you're a sufferer, or carer, friend, relative or colleague of someone struck down with the condition, you'll [...]
 
Book: Finding Hope - When Facing Serious Disease by Dr. Steven J. Sommer
When he almost lost his life in 2012, holistic medical practitioner Dr.Steven Sommer, became inspired and determined to share his experience andknowledge before his life was done. The result is this, his first book. In it,he shares his patients' and his own personal journey exploring how to defy theodds with Meditation as medicine, Lifestyle as therapy, Mind-body weaving,Epigenetics, [...]
 
Book: A Perfect Throw by Robert Joe Stout
From the machismo of Mexican ballplayers, to a portrait of marriage, to an 1880s mining town, Mr. Stout convincingly exposes the human comedy, portraying tenderness and treachery, loyalty and betrayal, love and loss the full range of difficult emotions that proves there is no such thing as an ordinary life. He frankly and poignantly balances the quotidian with the ironic twists that define the [...]
 
Book: Team Positive - How to Build Support for Someone Coping with a Chronic Illness by Todd Schmenk, LMHC
The Team Positive approach addresses how to cope with a health condition and how those involved can receive and provide compassionate support. Whether you or a loved one is dealing with cancer, Crohn's, diabetes, or any overwhelming health or mental health condition such as anxiety or depression, this book has been designed for you. The book focuses on both the person dealing with the chronic [...]
 
Book: Life Before and Life After by Adona M. Pierre
A journey into my battle with Endometriosis and my hope. This nonfiction book was written for the many sufferers of an "invisible disease" not just Endo. It's also for the family and friends who walk the journey with them. Many of us tend to give in to the illness or whatever the Dr.has told us, only we can fight for our lives and have hope to change it for the better. We also, have to understand [...]
 
Book: Winter Devotions (Broken Body, Wounded Spirit - Balancing the SeeSaw of Chronic Pain Book 3) by Celeste Cooper and Jeff Miller
There is nothing charismatic about chronic pain regardless of its source. Pain and chronic illness are greedy and demanding consuming time, relationships, and function, and it threatens our dignity. The winter season is often compared to death. In this case it is the dying off of old thoughts and destructive behaviors. It is a season that offers the experience of many feelings and the opportunity [...]
 
Book: Battling Guillain Barre Syndrome / Acute Relapsing CIDP by Michael Joseph Kiser
Michael J. Kiser had been living a healthy life with no restraints what so ever in his life, which was up until of May 2006, which at this time Michael J. Kiser's body decided to turn on it self. This is a true story about Michael J. Kiser's own experience with an Auto-Immune System Syndrome called, 'Guillain-Barre Syndrome / Acute Relapsing CIDP', (Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating [...]
 
Book: The Dogged and the Damned by Roland Cheek
After surviving the World War II carnage of seemingly endless New Guinea battles, then living through the slaughter of nearly all of his Company H comrades on a Moratai beach, Corporal Mikhail "Michael" Baranovitch had enough. He turned and deliberately walked back across the beach he'd earlier charged onto from the landing craft, and into the Pacific Ocean! Miraculously he survived both the [...]
 
Book: The Quick and Easy Sleep Apnea Book by Gautam Soparkar, MD
If you have sleep apnea, think you might have it, or know someone who does, th is award-winning book is for you! The Quick an d Easy Sleep Apnea Book has been honored with a Readers Favorite Silver award an d a final is t position in the International Book Awards. Sleep apnea is a relatively new subject in health care. It is very common an d is associated with m an y other medical conditions, [...]
 
Book: It's Not as Bad as it Sounds (my life with MS & Fibro) by Yvonne Decelis
This book is a series of essays I wrote while in College about my life with a focus on "invisible condtions" like Multiple Sclerosis and Fibromyalgia. In my book I go over what life has been like with these conditions by going over my upbringing and my life prior to, during and after diagnosis. I have also written this for people seeking information on how to interact with others who have [...]
 
Book: Chronic Happy and How to Achieve It! - A Special Needs Parent's Survival Guide by Debbie Oveland
Congratulations on your decision to understand how you can leap onto and stay on a happier path as a parent or caregiver of a child with special needs. We cover the basics to help you understand those feelings of sadness that emerge occasionally, how to navigate those emotions, and in many cases avoid them altogether. The good news is, you are okay. In fact, you are better than okay! You are now [...]
 
Book: The Human Side of Nursing (Nursing in the Neighborhoods - Stories of Patients, Families, and Their Nurses) by Lois Gerber
These real life stories will inspire and amaz you. A priest learns to forgive the drug abuser, a man he was trying to help, who shot him. An elderly blind woman learns to accept a second failed surgery to restore her vision. A terminally I'll woman who live just long enough to dance at her son's wedding. 'The Human Side of Nursing' is a short story collection about the day-to-day experiences of a [...]
 
Book: My Ayahuasca Nightmare by Tracy Ruth Waters
Tracy Waters first wrote this book under the title 'From Rape to Forgiveness and the Journey home'. The book was taken from diaries and memoirs written over a period of ten years while trying to heal from a painful divorce, and a long recovery from a car accident. The failing of western medicine found her down in Peru looking for alternative methods to heal from a diagnosis of brain damage. From [...]
 
Book: Born Outlander - A Novel by Matthew Bouvier
As the product of a trauma-bond marriage, Elijah Cattouse knew he'd have to play chess early on. With virtually no one to turn to, he goes on a journey of self-empowerment as he maneuvers through an abusively indifferent family, and an overall situation that sought to ultimately destroy his very being. In a proverbial tale of triumph, he is the phoenix rising from the ashes, coming into his own [...]
 
Book: Trapped by George A. Bernstein
What's happened to me? I can't talk. I can't move. Not even wiggle a finger. How can I live like this? No! Gotta survive... at least see my sons are cared for. A tragic surgical accident, resulting from an auto crash, leaves beautiful, vibrant Jackee Maren in "Locked-in Syndrome," completely paralyzed, mentally alert but able to move only her eyes. Jackee's physical therapist, Kevin, seems more [...]
 
Book: Nurses and Their Patients - Acts of Courage and Conviction (Nursing in the Neighborhoods - Stories of Patients, Families, and Their Nurses) by Lois Gerber
You don't have to be a nurse to enjoy these 14 short stories about situations I've encountered in my 40 year community health nursing career. They are about everyday people meeting important life challenges. Some of the characters will remind you of persons you know. All of the stories are fictionalized components of patients, families, and nurses I have known. You will meet Nadia, who fought [...]
 
Book: 10 Critical Questions Your Doctor Will (Probably) Not Ask You by Joan Jacobs
A provocative and eye opening approach to what's missing in modern medical health care accompanied by very practical tools for application. In this book Joan Jacobs reveals the fundamental questions she confronts her clients with and the issues she addresses as a means to provoke profound healing. Based on 26 years of clinical healing and teaching experience, Joan Jacobs guides you through a [...]
 
Book: Drawing Breath by Laurie Boris
Art teacher Daniel Benedetto has cystic fibrosis. At thirty-four, he's already outlived his doctor's "expiration date," but that doesn't stop him from giving all he can to his students and his work. When he takes on Caitlin, his landlady's daughter, as a private student, the teen painter watches in torment as other people, especially women, treat Daniel like a freak because of his condition. To [...]
 
Book: Surviving Strangers - Now Who's the Div? by Janet S. Rogers
Initially written for my children (only) I had considered writing 'my story' for several years but it wasn't until losing my father in Oct 2005 that the sense of urgency increased. I realised how little I had really known him and the sense of emptiness he left behind. I didn't want my children to experience that emotion when I shed my mortal coils. The writing starts in about 1961, I was about 4 [...]
 
Book: Nurses and Their Patients - Compassion and Commitment (Nursing in th Neighborhoods - Stories of Patients, Families, and Their Nurses) by Lois Gerber
You will meet many interesting people in these 12 short stories based on my experiences as a community health nurse. The individuals, their families, and their communities are all different. The one thing they have in common is their caring and sense of commitment to themselves, their families, and their neighborhoods. Melissa is a teenager with Down Syndrome. She attends a school for children [...]
 
Book: Home Again, Home Again by Cynthia MacGregor
When a kidnapped boy is finally found and returned to his parents, it's far from the end of the drama. He has bonded with his kidnapper, resents his parents and his new brother, and finds himself in the middle of a family that's been totally torn apart. 20% of net proceeds benefit one of several qualified 501(c)3 non-profits that provide help and HOPE to children in need. For more information [...]
 
Book: THE THREAD THAT BINDS US by Joan Fallon
'A family secret can have as much impact as a dastardly crime and this one has many layers and unpredictable surprises.' Sophie Meredith Have you ever had a secret that you cannot tell anyone - even your closest friend? Susan's childhood was full of secrets 'Don't tell anyone,' was her mother's favourite phrase. So when she discovers that her father had an illegitimate child called Michael, she [...]
 
Book: High Dependency by Stuart Doyle
High Dependency is the true story of a man who has literally lived through hell. Spontaneous Combustion sounds like an urban myth but it can and does happen - it happened to Stuart Doyle and here he tells the compelling tale of how his life went up in flames and the immense difficulties he faces in building anew on those ashes. The book brings awareness to a condition barely known and scarcely [...]
 
Book: Archives of the Vagina by Dr. Margaret Aranda
In 2012, the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists "encourages women to educate themselves about their midlife health issues and to talk with their Ob-Gyn about their concerns." Educate themselves about menopause, hormone replacement therapy, hysterectomy, and whether or not to keep their ovaries? In the USA, for women over 45 years old, 40% have had a hysterectomy, and about half [...]
 
Book: THE SILENCE OF THE STONES by Rebecca Bryn
Alana determines to ecape her past and opportunity beckons when she's left a run-down cottage in a West Wales' village by an aunt she didn't know existed, but her past is catching up on her, and someone is out to get her. Strange runes painted on her door and carved onto ancient stones in a stone circle, hint at a dark undercurrent of tragedy and intrigue, and she is caught up in the village's [...]
 
Book: I Want to Be Like Poppin' Joe - a true story of inclusion and self-determination by Jo Meserve Mach
Dylan has an awesome friend. His friend, Poppin' Joe, pops and sells popcorn. Poppin' Joe has a very fun job. It's noisy fun! Dylan learns from Joe how to do a job you like. Finding My Way Books honor children with special needs or disabilities by sharing their stories. Each book includes a classroom activity list and a Family Guide describing 'easy to understand' tips for promoting the [...]
 
Book: Your Heart to Keep by Amanda Mackey
We don't choose fate. It chooses us. Or so we are led to believe. Holly Jenkins is about to receive a new heart, thanks to a donor match from accident victim, Chloe McQuade. The victim's boyfriend, bad boy Jax, is angry and grieving for his lost love. He hates everything and everyone, including Holly. It isn't until he meets her that he realizes there is something about her he can't explain. [...]
 
Book: My Grandfather was a Sexual Predator by Deborah Peters
Delilah Sparks was an extremely troubled teenager. As a young girl she was repeatedly sexually molested by various members of her family, right under the noses of her unsuspecting parents. For some strange reason, she began experiencing feelings of intense hatred, committing her to a destructive and suicidal path that will either redeem or destroy her.
 
Book: The Mind Shaman by Luca Bosurgi
Over the past 20 years, Luca Bosurgi has developed a new way looking at the reasons and solutions for anxiety, depression and addiction. Instead of writing a dry text book explaining his work, he has put the information into story form about a young man named Liam, who is trying to find meaning in his life - he feels caught in an endless cycle where depression and alcohol are holding him back and [...]
 
Book: The Mind of Stefan Dürr: The SHIVA Syndrome Trilogy (Volume 1) by Alan Joshua
The saga of Beau Walker. More than a scientist, more than the offspring of a Mohawk--African American interracial marriage--and far more than human, Walker unknowingly holds the key to human evolution...and its obliteration. Walker, is a disgraced researcher, snatched by the government and coerced to join a U.S./Russian multidisciplinary scientific team, searching for the cause of a Russian [...]
 
Book: Unpardonable Sin by Michael Potts
When Summer Ends, The Dark Days Begin Whosoever speaketh a word against the Son of man, it shall be forgiven him: but whosoever speaketh against the Holy Ghost, it shall not be forgiven him, neither in this world, neither in the world to come. - Matthew 12:32 - Jeffrey Conley sits beside Aunt Jenny at Sunday evening service, the hard wooden bench serving as security in the midst of chaos. He has [...]
 
Book: Touretters by Chris David Mason
Tourette's Syndrom is a hereditary condition that causes acute, uncontrollable muscle spasm (ticcing) and uncontrollable verbal outbursts in more than 250,000 people in North America. It is one of the least known, least understood, most undiagnosed and misdiagnosed conditions in North America today. It affects all races and ethnicities. There is no known cure, though therapies and some [...]
 
Book: The Book of Noah - 3 - 21 by G. Eric Francis
"What an inspirational story of a family with so many strikes against them." "This book made me laugh through their crazy life issues and cry through their serious life struggles." "(This was) was a difficult read at times. When you become emotionally invested in people and their struggles their pain can feel like your pain and their triumphs can feel like your triumphs. The author of this book [...]
 
Book: Kaitlyn Wants to See Ducks - a true story of inclusion and self-determination by Jo Meserve Mach
Kaitlyn loves ducks. Her family loves all the animals. Seeing those apes and lions and elephants and goats and giraffes and bears, just isn't what Kaitlyn wants to do. What's a girl to do, when it's family day at the zoo? Finding My Way Books honor children with special needs or disabilities by sharing their stories. Each book includes a classroom activity list and a Family Guide describing 'easy [...]
 


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