“Danea Horn has put an honest and wise voice to the intimate journey of
illness. She lights a fire for self-compassion and puts stress in its
place, while providing empowering suggestions for living with grace and Chronic Resilience. I highly recommend this groundbreaking book.”
-Kris Carr, New York Times bestselling author of Crazy Sexy Diet
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Chronic illness changes everything. Navigating these rough waters can be exhausting.
So often we place pressure on ourselves to be the model patient, find a cure, be positive, or to continue on with life as if nothing is wrong. This only causes more stress.
I have coped with chronic illness since I was born, but in 2006, my health took an unexpected turn toward needing a kidney transplant. I threw a good old fashioned tantrum fueled by worry and too many Google searches. Overwhelmed and feeling lost I needed to find a new way to cope with illness.
Chronic Resilience is my journey to become a more compassionate caregiver to myself. In the book, I offer you everything I’ve got about becoming an owner of your own diagnosis. You’ll read my triumphs, embarrassments and insights about navigating illness.
Within the pages you’ll find practical tips to:
You’ll also read the stories of nine amazing women who exemplify resilience as they each gracefully manage their own chronic illness.
The illnesses covered include: cancer, autoimmune disorders, idiopathic pulmonary hypertension, transplant, Chron’s disease, rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis, Cushing’s disease and diabetes.
Chronic Resilience is an ownership guide written especially for you. Pour yourself a cup of tea and let’s chat.
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