I think we are going to be talking a lot about Chronic Fatigue Syndrome around here. A lot of people with Chronic Long-term illness are diagnosed with this. In the UK alone thousands of people are Housebound right now due to it. A lot of people that get in touch with me have CFS and Fibromyalgia. I want your story to be heard too.
One thing I am really keen on is getting as many solutions as possible in one place so people can reference them. I don’t understand the need for censoring information due to an author’s own personal belief system. I don’t think there’s any place for hidden agenda’s when it comes to the Journey of Wellness. Just because a person may be housebound does not mean they are a baby. We are still adults, capable of discerning judgement.
So when I read Alex Barton’s Recovery from CFS: 50 Personal Stories, I was over the moon. Here was a lady who really got it. Every story was totally different from the one before. There was no connection between treatments and it was all put together without any agenda. She wasn’t trying to flog me anything (always a welcome bonus). Also the entire book is really well laid out, totally taking into account that people at certain stages on the Journey to Wellness may not have the concentration skills they used to. It’s all very easy to take in, is written by real people who have been where you are and really understand. You aren’t blinded by jargon, and none of the treatments offered cost ridiculous amounts of money. All in all Job Well Done Lass sez I…
If you don’t have the funds to purchase your own copy, why not ask someone to order it in at the library and collect it for you. Just think-50 new ways to tackle CFS-and you could try them all! If you do decide to to test anyo fo them out then get in touch as I’d love to feature your personal progress on here 🙂
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