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Just Like Life, Only More So and Other Stories of Illness Paperback – February 3, 2010
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From the Back Cover
Living with illness is about living with difference and accepting oneself in the process. It's about living with vulnerability and being susceptible to loss and hurt; it is
Just Like Life, Only More So.
"These finely crafted stories will delight any reader. Each piece reveals the strength, self-reliance, and humility we can find in ourselves if we open our eyes, and our hearts. This book is full of rich imagery and profound insights; it will make a fine gift."
-David Wann, coauthor, Affluenza: The All-Consuming Epidemic; editor, Reinventing Community
"This series of insightful essays is a powerful personal perspective on living with the challenges of chronic illness. Walk this journey and share the observations, reflections, wisdom, and wit that can enlighten us all."
-Linda Guiod, R.N., Vice-President, National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Central New England Chapter
For anyone who has a chronic illness or knows someone who does...
Just Like Life, Only More So and Other Stories of Illness Dana Snyder-Grant, LICSW, is a writer and a psychotherapist, specializing in chronic illness and disability. She has had multiple sclerosis for twenty-five years. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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Dana Snyder-Grant, LICSW, is a writer and a psychotherapist, specializing in chronic illness and disability. She has had multiple sclerosis for thirty years.
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