Few books on invisible illness are written by psychologists. Based on work by the Chronic Illness Research Team (CIRT) at the University of East London, this expert, accessible book encourages people actively to manage their illness using the techniques shown. ac Based on 20 years of research ac Helps those often awritten offa by the medical profession ac Pioneering text on Mal de Debarquement Syndrome (MdDS) ac Authors specialist in chronic illnessChallenging peoplea#39;s misguided beliefs can be hard and you might not want to rock the boat at work. ... You could say something like, a#39;I really doubt that Jim is sitting in his pants playing the Xbox while we are here working our socks off. ... This chapter has been in two parts: one full of hints and tips for you to help communicate and get the best out of your support group, the other for your supporters to helpanbsp;...
|Author||:||Megan A. Arroll|
|Publisher||:||SPCK - 2014-09-18|