Chronic Christmas: Surviving the Holidays with a Chronic Illness
Chronic Christmas is an Advent calendar of tips to help people with chronic illness get through the holidays with their health and humour intact. It also shares suggestions for what family and friends can do to help, as well as a few surprises.

Chronic Christmas is available in ebook and paperback formats on Amazon US, Amazon CA, and Amazon UK. It is also available in ebook on all the other Amazons.You can also find the paperback version on Barnes & Noble.

Your Life with Rheumatoid Arthritis
The Your Life with Rheumatoid Arthritis series of books is your guide to living well with RA regardless of whether you are newly diagnosed or have had the disease for many years. Full of information, advice and practical tips, the series will empower you to live well with this chronic autoimmune disease. This informative and engaging guide uses a healthy dose of humour and honesty, as well as personal stories from Lene’s own life. Comforting and reassuring, she leads you through the challenges of treatment and dealing with side effects and pain, helping you to take control of your life.

Visit the Your Life with RA website and blog.

Your Life with Rheumatoid Arthritis: Tools for Treatment, Side Effects and Pain, the first book in the series, can be found on all Amazon US, Amazon UK, Amazon CA, and all other Amazon sites, CreateSpace, Barnes & Noble Nook, Apple iBooks, and Kobo Books. It is available in e-book and paperback.

The second book in the Your Life with RA series will be published in Fall, 2018.

7 Facets: A Meditation on Pain

7 Facets: A Meditation on Pain is a short ebook about pain, its qualities, roles and impact on the people who live with it every day. Created as a poem in prose, this lyrical exploration of a difficult topic shines a light on an aspect of life which we prefer to ignore.

7 Facets: A Meditation on Pain is available in e-book on Amazon US, Amazon CA, Amazon UK, and all other Amazon sites. You can also find it on Kobo Books, and Barnes & Noble Nook.

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This is the story of Lene’s childhood with juvenile arthritis. It is a story of loss of ability, the isolation that comes with illness in childhood, but above all, it is a story of how she found freedom and independence.

Unbound won second place in the Homemakers magazine 2007 memoir contest. Download and read it for free.

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Foundations of Sociology

Each section in this Foundations of Sociology textbook is introduced by a piece of writing from someone who lives the experience. An edited version off my post Sensitive to the D-Word starts the chapter on disability and social. 

From the Amazon listing: "This vibrant, engaging introduction to society and social life promises to be the book sociology students will want to read. Through his inimitable narrative style, author John Steckley explores the theories, structures, and relationships that make up our social world while encouraging students to think critically about their role in society. Cutting-edge and comprehensive, Foundations of Sociology lays the groundwork students need to succeed in introductory sociology courses and beyond."



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