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A Wonderful Letter about The Fine Print of Fibro

A blogger and fellow pain warrior recently read The Fine Print of Fibro and promised me some honest feedback on the book. When she got back to me, the woman put me in tears! I have been having a difficult time lately with my health and not being able to write as I lay on the couch sick and in pain. My writing is slow going and I am just so exhausted. Reading her words filled me with so much hope and love. I am so happy that the book comes off exactly as I hoped it would. Even as I move on into fiction, where my imagination roams wild, it gives me great confidence that my first book published does as I intended for it to; it tells others my story and that they are not alone. Thank you so much!

Her statement is below and if you get a chance, check out her Facebook blog page. The woman is amazing at blending the darkside of living with such awful conditions with the humor we tend to use to get through it all. She’s honest, smart, and really a great person to get to know. Thank you so much, dear!

Click the link below to check out her Facebook page!

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“Wow! This book had everything. From what is Fibromyalgia through to a comprehensive guide of meds and their overall effects, as well as available treatments on offer. Insurance and Disability made for a depressing read, but rightly points out the problems in applying for both. Having no idea how the health system works in the US, I found this section really interesting, especially in comparison to how things are done in the UK. The depressing part comes from realizing just how difficult it is get help and support and the many components needed to attain both those things.

Your personal story was heartbreaking and brutally honest. The bad doc stories made me so angry and clearly highlights the negative realities that patients are put through because of a lack of understanding and care by some in the medical profession. But this was beautifully balanced out with stories of the positive care and treatment that you received.

I love the straightforward bluntness of the writing. Most books on fibro are written in a stark, clinical way and find themselves bogged down with medical jargon which can be quite off putting. The way in which this is written is more personal and speaks directly to the reader. It’s also relatable, passionate and heartfelt and above all, honest.

But this is so much more than a book on fibro. It also encapsulates everything from the way in which this illness affects our day to day life, to how outside influences from friends and family can also have an effect. But most important of all, it lets the reader know that they are not alone.

Seriously, it’s a great book and I’m glad I got the chance to read it. To be honest, I thought it was going to be a daunting read, but I really enjoyed it. Everything that anyone has ever mentioned about their fibro, is in this book. It should be a must-read for those with and without the condition.”

THE FINE PRINT OF FIBRO BOOK

The Fine Print of Fibro

There are several books already on the market about Fibromyalgia. This one is not like most of the others. The Fine Print of Fibro mixes legitimate medical information, personal anecdotes from the author, and blunt advice on living a lifestyle with this diagnosis. The author isn’t gentle or flowery about the difficulties faced, nor is she speaking from a completely negative perspective. Many people are unaware of what a life with Fibromyalgia is actually like and how hard every day can be when you have these medical limitations. From medical terminology to the prescriptions and over the counter medications to use, the types of medical personnel you will be working with, tips on functioning on difficult days and ways to reduce stress, the book covers a plethora of topics dealing with the world of a Fibromyalgia patient. Anyone who has or knows someone who has, or perhaps is just interested in learning more about, Fibromyalgia, would gain a good bit of information and insight from The Fine Print of Fibro.

Related Web Site: The Fine Print of Pain

Words about the book from a fellow warrior HERE.

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