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by Stephanie Kelley

eBook If You Would Just Get Out of Bed download ISBN: 0974271004
Author: Stephanie Kelley
Publisher: KK Bell, LLC (July 2003)
Language: English
Pages: 128
ePub: 1749 kb
Fb2: 1337 kb
Rating: 4.4
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Category: Health and Diets
Subcategory: Diseases and Physical Ailments

Few things are guaranteed in Stephanie's world, and these days she's learned to live without regard for her disease.

Stephanie's descriptions are so real that I almost felt as if I knew he. If you are the parent, relative, or friend of a person diagnosed with chronic fatique, you need to read this book to understand what frustration and depression this person is going through.

Stephanie's descriptions are so real that I almost felt as if I knew her. I truly felt as if I understood this illness in a personal way and I never realized previously what a huge impact this can have on someone's life. This illness is difficult to accept because the person doesn't appear sick - just lazy. If only that were the case.

Stephanie's descriptions. See how author Stephanie Kelley copes with a condition that has no set treatment, no magic bullet, and no cure in sight. Product Description The first book of it's kind! Feel what it's like to suffer from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, written by a victim of the disease. Take a look inside a disease impacting millions of Americans - destroying lives and families.

Product Description The first book of it's kind! Feel what it's like to suffer from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, written .

Product Description The first book of it's kind! Feel what it's like to suffer from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, written by a victim of the disease.

Is it even difficult to just get out of bed? . Why does it feel as if you don’t have the energy to even get motivated for your hobby or your favourite past time, let alone family activities or work responsibilities?

1 1. If you get out of the bed on the right side, your day will start well. 2. If you don't eat meat on the first day of the Chinese year, you'll have a long and happy life. 6. I will read a book if there's nothing good on TV this evening.

1 1. 3. If an unmarried girl steps on a cat's tail, she won't find a husband in the next year. 4. If you put a pair of shoes on a table, it'll bring bad luck. 5. If you give your boyfriend or girlfriend a pair of shoes, he or she will leave you. If you look in a broken mirror, you'll have bad luck. Zad. 2 1. I will go to the cinema if the weather is fine at the weekend  .

Depression can make it hard to get out of bed in the morning, especially when it’s kept you up all night or given you . If you start to look at your morning in a more gentle and positive way, you may not just think of it as having to get up and do this or that. Small enjoyable acts.

Depression can make it hard to get out of bed in the morning, especially when it’s kept you up all night or given you restless sleep. Here’s eight ways to tackle difficult mornings with a little self-care and consideration. Make a cup of coffee or tea and sit outside for even just 10 minutes.

But the entire book is about how she is lonely so she gets out of bed. Only a few pages dedicated to what to do to remedy the situation. If you have a toddler who gets out of bed this book is perfect!

But the entire book is about how she is lonely so she gets out of bed. 99 people found this helpful. If you have a toddler who gets out of bed this book is perfect! Every reason your kids have thought of getting out of bed for is mentioned in this book. 16 people found this helpful.

If John (to do) his home task, he’ll go for a walk. 11. If they (to take) care of their pets, the poor puppy and kittens wouldn’t have got into trouble

If John (to do) his home task, he’ll go for a walk. If they (to take) care of their pets, the poor puppy and kittens wouldn’t have got into trouble. 12. Ann would behave well if you (to take) her to a party. 13. If he felt bad, he (to stay) in bed. 14. If it (to be), I will tell the truth. 15. If we hadn’t relied on him, we not (to be) late. Попроси больше объяснений.

The first book of it's kind! Feel what it's like to suffer from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, written by a victim of the disease.

Take a look inside a disease impacting millions of Americans - destroying lives and families. See how author Stephanie Kelley copes with a condition that has no set treatment, no magic bullet, and no cure in sight.

Comments: (4)
Shou
This book could be helpful to give to loved ones to try to let them see how CFIDS/FMS sufferers live their lives, but it is not very detailed on explaining the side effects Ms. Kelley suffered. The continuity of her story is very ragged, as chronologically it jumps all over the place. The many pages and lengthy details on her problems with endometriosis may lead some readers to believe it is tied to CFIDS, but (having both myself) it is not. So Ms. Kelley's book is more of a diary than an explanation of life with CFIDS and FMS. I have had both CFIDS and FMS for many years, and I found "Parting the Fog" by Sue Jones to be a much better book. It is more detailed on living with these illnesses and the numerous side effects, yet it is only 116 pages. It is written with humor and yet there is no doubt on how much she (and others like her) suffer and struggle daily. After having read both this week, I am giving "Parting the Fog" to my family, so they may finally see the whole picture of what my own life has become.
Alianyau
Its an honest insight of someone's experience not only with FMS/CFS but with other conditions. The author endures many ups & downs & its a ride you wont forget.
fetish
I was so thrilled to see that someone with such a debilitating disease could actually have the fortitude to write about her story. I could relate to much of Stephanie's life and felt the same feelings of guilt and shame that she went through. Thank you for finally having a book about what it is like to actually suffer from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome!
Quendant
This book is explains CFS to those of us with friends struggling with this illness. Stephanie's descriptions are so real that I almost felt as if I knew her. I truly felt as if I understood this illness in a personal way and I never realized previously what a huge impact this can have on someone's life. I would recommend this book to anyone who has this illness, and especially to friends and family of people with CFS.