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by Lois Pike

eBook Embracing Life: Living With Chronic Pain epub
  • ISBN: 0595347053
  • Author: Lois Pike
  • Genre: Other
  • Subcategory: Medicine & Health Sciences
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: iUniverse, Inc. (March 18, 2005)
  • Pages: 428 pages
  • ePUB size: 1736 kb
  • FB2 size 1451 kb
  • Formats lrf azw lrf mbr


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My friend Karen Duffy, who lives with unimaginable pain has taught me so much; that my complaints are the most . It is a memoir of sorts-chronic pain meets hysterical laughter. Even though it's a book of how Duff lives with pain, each page is a surprise.

My friend Karen Duffy, who lives with unimaginable pain has taught me so much; that my complaints are the most ridiculous in the world. I watch to see how the girl can bear terrible pain, but like a magician, she is quicker than the eye can see. All I catch is the woman, helping other people with their terrible pain. -Tabitha Soren, Fine Art Photographer and author of Fantasy Life.

As I embrace the sovereignty of God, I believe everything I have endured has been ordained by God. God lets us continue to feel much of sins sting through suffering while we’re heading for heaven. I’m back in the fiery furnace - it's been hard. But God continues to refine me. If you had never known the physical pain in your life, how could you appreciate the nail-scarred hands with which Jesus Christ will meet you. Joni E. Tada. At least I can take comfort in this: Despite the pain, I have not denied the words of the Holy One. (Job 6:10).

Embrace Life, Live Life – Various locations, Sydney, Australia – rated 5. .

I help those in pain to find freedom from pain, I show how to heal your body and I am on the path guiding and holding your hand. As a token of my appreciation, I would love to offer you a 40 minute session from my program "From Pain to the Free" ttle down?

Embracing Life-Living With Chronic Pain is about living life to the fullest and is especially directed to those who suffer from: Cancer, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome,.

Embracing Life-Living With Chronic Pain is about living life to the fullest and is especially directed to those who suffer from: Cancer, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome,. Embracing Life-Living With Chronic Pain is about living life to the fullest and is especially directed to those who suffer from: Cancer, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Depression, Fibromyalgia, Osteoporosis, Osteoarthritis, or any other disease involving chronic pain on a daily basis. It is based on a one-year journey dealing with these very issues

Chronic pain is pain that lasts a long time.

Chronic pain is pain that lasts a long time.

Электронная книга "Living a Healthy Life with Chronic Pain", Sandra M. LeFort, Lisa Webster, Kate Lorig, Halsted Holman, David Sobel, Diana Laurent, Virginia González, Marian Minor. Эту книгу можно прочитать в Google Play Книгах на компьютере, а также на устройствах Android и iOS. Выделяйте текст, добавляйте закладки и делайте заметки, скачав книгу "Living a Healthy Life with Chronic Pain" для чтения в офлайн-режиме.

Backbone: Living with Chronic Pain without Turning into One by Karen . Meals That Heal Inflammation: Embrace Healthy Living and Eliminate Pain.

Backbone: Living with Chronic Pain without Turning into One by Karen Duffy. 16 fiction books about the chronic life. Books with fictional writing about characters with chronic illness can be a tricky thing. Done well, these books can be difficult to read, as the pain or struggle with disability seems so real as to be almost be unbearable. This list contains classic young adult literature, contemporary new classics, and a few titles for adult readers. Meals That Heal Inflammation: Embrace Healthy Living and Eliminate Pain, One Meal At A Time by Julie Daniluk. The Autoimmune Paleo Cookbook: Manage Chronic Illness with Quick, Easy, and Flavorful Recipes by Heather Puente.

A blog that discusses the challenges of living with chronic pain in your life, along with tips for helping cope with .

A blog that discusses the challenges of living with chronic pain in your life, along with tips for helping cope with the pain, emotional as well as physical. So how do you deal with the letdowns? How do you stop fearing that life is passing you by while others live it? I wish I had an answer, but truthfully, living with a disability makes me sad because there are many times I feel like I have gone AWOL on my own life.

Embracing Life-Living With Chronic Pain is about living life to the fullest and is especially directed to those who suffer from: Cancer, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Depression, Fibromyalgia, Osteoporosis, Osteoarthritis, or any other disease involving chronic pain on a daily basis.It is based on a one-year journey dealing with these very issues. What makes Embracing Life unique and separate from many other books is that it is written in the form of light poetry, which most readers can easily relate to. Readers are encouraged to maintain their own personal journals, which they can refer to after reading the writer's thoughts for any given day. Thus, it can be read at any juncture and re-read many times. The writer's desire is to involve the reader in their own private journey involving chronic pain, be it physical, emotional, or a combination of both. There are many options open in dealing with chronic pain, and the author provides her own unique perspective along this journey. Although there are many books written by Doctors who treat chronic pain, Embracing Life offers the personal perspective of a real patient living with daily chronic pain and her way to manage the same. "You have found meaning and purpose through your pain and there are people around who want to read and hear what you have to say"-Louis Donne, Connecticut Community Care, Inc.; "I think you should do speaking engagements based on Embracing Life, you are uniquely suited, I honor you"-Lynnea Brinkerhoff, working in concert with John Scherer, Scherer Center; and "This is truly a work of heart"-Christa Donati, Donati Construction Company.
Comments: (2)
Samulkis
This book expresses one woman's very personal experiences on her journey as a person with chronic pain. It is written using poetry... in verse rather than your typical book format.

It is a story so familiar to someone like me. I have spent so many years in pain, that it is hard to recall what it is like to be pain-free. Living with illnesses like RSD and Central Pain Syndrome is not easy--constant nerve pain can be more than just seriously painful, it can be tough, emotionally. The journey is made more difficult because of the stigma and misunderstanding we all experience... Chronic and intractable pain are tough for most people to understand, unless they've been there, themselves.

All in all, I appreciated this book, very much! There are happy moments as well as the dark patches we all experience, but the overall message is one of hope. The message: Embrace life, no matter what is thrown at you. After all, our time here is short! Thanks Lois, for a wonderful book :)
Inertedub
Chronic pain is pain that doesn't go away. It is pain that undermines the quality of life. It is real pain, not imaginary. At times, it is difficult to pin down a specific physical cause for the pain, this does not lessen the suffering. When we experience any pain, it is in both our bodies and minds. We cannot separate the physical and psychological affects any situation has on us.

Litchfield, Connecticut, resident Lois Pike is a chrnoic pain sufferer who knows too well the deliterious effects of chronic pain on every aspect of her life. She tells her story in her book Embracing Life, Living with Chronic Pain. "The book is written from a patient's point of view; it contains minimal medical facts; rather, the writings chronicle the day to day life of a real patient living each day, continually focusing on the many blessings that I receive," Pike said in a recent interview.

Based on a one-year journey dealing with the challenges of chronic pain while trying to live a full life, Pike's book is written in the form of light poetry that reveals her perspective on her condition. She encourages readers to enter into their own private journey involving chronic pain--be it physical, emotional, or both.

Because chronic pain affects the mind, body and soul, "Writing this book has been a huge factor in my continued healing of body and mind," Pike says. "To quote my friend Susan, 'We are not human beings having spiritual experiences; rather we are spiritual beings having human experiences.' "

Describing her experiences of chronic pain, Pike said, "I and others have learned to acknowledge, accept, and be responsible for living with chronic pain. Adjusting to limitations and a totally different way of life, at times can be most disturbing. The book also highlights that chronic pain and depression are first cousins, an often overlooked and dismissed side effect.

"You have found meaning and purpose through your pain and there are people around who want to read and hear what you have to say," says Louis Donne, Connecticut Community Care, Inc., after reading the book.

The United States cannot effectively address escalating health care costs without addressing the problem of chronic diseases, according to the Center for Disease Control, which reports that more than 90 million Americans live with chronic illnesses. The medical care costs of people with chronic diseases account for more than 75 percent of the nation's $1.4 trillion medical care costs. Chronic diseases account for 70 percent of all deaths in the United States.

Today, chronic diseases--such as cardiovascular disease (primarily heart disease and stroke), cancer, and diabetes--are among the most prevalent, costly, and preventable of all health problems, according to the CDC. Seven of every 10 Americans who die each year, or more than 1.7 million people, die of a chronic disease. The prolonged course of illness and disability from such chronic diseases as diabetes and arthritis results in extended pain and suffering and decreased quality of life for millions of Americans. Chronic, disabling conditions cause major limitations in activity for more than one of every 10 Americans, or 25 million people.
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