Starving to Heal in Siberia

My Radical Recovery from Late-Stage Lyme Disease and How It Could Help Others
By Michelle Slater

Lyme disease brought a once vibrant Michelle Slater to the point of considering assisted suicide. Lyme disease is a crippling autoimmune disorder. It causes chronic fatigue, arm and leg pain, headaches, brain fog, etc. Her last ray of hope was an article on the internet...

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Sixteen Days

A sudden death. What to say?
By Victoria Wilson-Crane

What is the right way to grieve? What if you are grieving over your twenty-two-year-old niece who died unexpectedly? Are there rules that you have to follow and if you don’t grieve in the proper order, will you ever complete the grieving process? The easy...

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Speaking Human

A Journey in Palliative Medicine
By Craig C. Durie

The importance of the health care industry was made more apparent by the Covid-19 pandemic, which sent an overwhelming number of unfortunate patients to hospitals and pushed our heroes in uniforms into desperate situations. When Craig C. Durie started writing a book about palliative medicine...

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Sisters in the Storm

For Moms of Mentally Ill Adult Children
By Linda Hoff

Linda Hoff celebrates and honors the journey of mothers with mentally ill adult children in her book, Sisters in the Storm: For Moms of Mentally Ill Adult Children (MIAC). The challenges of MIAC far outweigh those of mothers dealing with normal children, and it is...

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Shining the Light on PND

The Journey From Darkness To Healing From Post-Natal Depression
By Namita Mahanama

Shining the Light on PND: The Journey From Darkness To Healing From Post-Natal Depression by Namita Mahanama is a compassionate guide for countless women who struggle with depression after the birth of a child. Mahanama begins with her own story, providing a profoundly honest account...

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Standing at Water's Edge

A Cancer Nurse, Her Four-Year-Old Son and the Shifting Tides of Leukemia
By Janice Post-White

Standing at Water's Edge: A Cancer Nurse, Her Four-Year-Old Son and the Shifting Tides of Leukemia describes Brennan's journey with leukemia and how it impacted his mother, Janice Post-White, and the rest of her family. Diagnosed at four and a half, it details his...

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Scrapped: Justice and a Teen Informant

The Real Story of Heidi Allen's Kidnapping
By Lisa A. Peebles and John O'Brien

In Scrapped: Justice and a Teen Informant, Lisa A. Peebles and John O'Brien investigate the abduction of Heidi Allen on the early morning of Easter - April 3, 1994 - from the store where she worked. Despite no evidence linking them to the crime, two...

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Snow Blind

Recovering After the Random Shooting
By William M Johnson

Snow Blind: Recovering After the Random Shooting by William M Johnson begins in July 1991 when, at the age of 41, Bill Johnson was shot in the left temple. The bullet passed behind the orbits of his eyes and exited at the right temple. Accepting...

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See Me Grieve

A Widow's Journey
By E. A. Tobolski

Poignantly rendered and profoundly moving, See Me Grieve: A Widow's Journey by E. A. Tobolski tells the author’s story after the sudden death of her husband and the pain into which it plunged her, but it is also a story of triumph over grief, and...

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So You Have a Disease

Devotions and Stories to Restore Hope
By Beth Praed

Beth Praed is a delightful writer and So You Have a Disease gives encouragement, insight, inspiration, and hope. She has MS. Notice I said, she has MS. MS does not have her. There is a big difference between having a disease and a disease having...

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