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“This beautiful book of hope will inspire all of those who live with adversity… the Oscar story will just break your heart but show you how far you can go if you have determination and a positive attitude.”
– Bonnie Tiegel, Entertainment Tonight/The Insider
“A delicious behind-the-scenes look at fashion and TV… and the vicious disease, the unrelenting pain, and the triumph that comes with finally deciding to wear it all like a badge of courage. Christine Schwab took lemons and turned them into haute couture. I like her style more than ever!”
– Adam Glassman, O, The Oprah Magazine
"An enjoyable, interesting, helpfully informative read."
- American Library Association’s Booklist magazine.
“Christine Schwab shares the many obstacles of living with a devastating form of arthritis that threatened every aspect of her life and tested her strength. Her humbling story of courage, determination, and triumph is a true tale of inspiration for the millions of Americans who struggle with arthritis on a daily basis.”
– John H. Klippel, MD, president and CEO, Arthritis Foundation
“Christine has always been a class act – on camera and off. She shares her story with honesty and her signature style.”
– Kathie Lee Gifford
Each chapter I read reminded me of my own journey... all the way to standing in line to get a polio shot. I wrote about that in my writing class.
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The author's main problem isn't RA, it's her overwhelming shallowness. It's hard to see how she couldn't make this an inspiring story, but she didn't.Published 1 month ago by Kindle Customer
Well written inspiring story of hope through the many hurdles of chronic pain and illness. Filled with details on the exciting life of television.Published 4 months ago by Kindle Customer
If you need insight on RA this is the book to read, it explains the true effects of the dreaded disease. Very informative, she tells it like it is the daily ups and downs of RA. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Linda Helsel
How nice it was to hear this story. I could relate to almost exactly how I reacted to when I was diagnosed to how you want to hide and be secluded so others wouldn't know how... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Kathryn
Being recently diagnosed with ra and have began treatments 2 months ago I wanted information from someone that is or has gone thru what I am . Read morePublished 14 months ago by Joy