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Help and Hope While You're Healing: A woman's guide toward wellness while recovering from injury, surgery, or illness Paperback – September 21, 2016
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About the Author
Christine Carter is a SAHM of a rambunctious son and spirited daughter. If you visited her home in Columbus, Ohio, you'd find her running her kids to soccer games or swim meets, leading a youth or women's group out of her home, spending quality time with friends, volunteering at school, or sitting at her computer writing her heart out on her blog, TheMomCafe.com, and at various other publications. She couldn't have made it through multiple surgeries and recoveries without the help and support of her beloved husband of 15 years. Before she dove into her writing career, Christine spent 10 years working as a professional music therapist in psychiatric facilities and a music teacher in private schools and homes. She'd tell you she's been blessed through it all and continues to discover extraordinary moments every single day—and she'd be right.
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Not only does this book offer encouragement, but also practical tips for surrendering to and adjusting our lens in the midst of the healing process, and HUMOR. Yes, humor! The author does a really good job at adding levity to a not-very-lighthearted subject. She's got a great sense of humor, which makes her very relatable, somebody you'd want as a friend. There were a couple situations she describes that were so funny, so lovable, that all women everywhere will get a chuckle out of and appreciate! In those times you're feeling helpless, not knowing what to do or say to bring comfort to someone you know and love going through some kind of long recovery, this would be a tremendous gift to give them, a concrete, practical tool to give them to help lift their spirits.
Filled with courage and sensitivity Christine Carter takes us on a journey through challenges and obstacles and gets us to the other side using the tools she works with best: her compassion and spirituality and intelligence!
A terrific read!
Most recent customer reviews
journaling but did not fine the forms helpful.
2. Anyone who breaks a toe playing whiffle ball is someone I can relate to.