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Surviving and Thriving with an Invisible Chronic Illness

by Ilana Jacqueline Author

Just because you aren't feeling well, or perhaps will never feel very well, or perhaps reject that polite phrase and in fact feel like shit very often- doesn't mean that you should have lesser life experiences and ambitions. Written for those with invisible chronic illnesses to provide a resource of empowerment with one's limitations in mind. Limits don't have to mean isolation or a lesser quality of life and this book is written by and for those dealing with the variety of unique challenges and frustrations that come with diverse and demanding health conditions. Each chapter tackles head on tough topics such as "What They’re Going to Say About You" or "Creating a Support System" and even "Becoming Your Own Patient Advocate".