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iPhone-friendly E-book "It's MY Crisis! And I'll Cry If I Need To: EMPOWER Yourself to Cope with a Medical Challenge" http://www.booklocker.com/books/4244.html helps you and your loved ones to strategize about how to get the best possible healthcare. Filled with can-do strategies for organizing and simplifying medical care processes, the text includes a Global Resources section for acquiring first-quality Medical Care, Medication, Medical Appliances and other Necessities around the world!
The chapters address spiritual, emotional, and painful physical issues, then illustrate reader-friendly solutions for them.
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"I received EMPOWER Yourself to Cope with a Medical Challenge one week after I suffered my own medical crisis and found it very helpful. [It] will be of great benefit both in dealing with the fragile emotional health of sick patients and the stressful situation of the patient's caregiver… [with] very practical comprehensive information for dealing with a health-related crisis that is so seldom available to someone who is ill and preoccupied with their own troubles. Ill people are often compromised and often don't know where to look for guidance. Putting so much useful information at their fingertips will help them navigate the difficulties of a confusing medical system. Combined with [the author's] encouragement to never give up hope, the book will be of great aid to anyone with a sudden serious medical emergency." - Daniel Eisenberg, MD, Department of Radiology at the Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia, PA; Assistant Professor of Diagnostic Imaging at Thomas Jefferson University School of Medicine; Medical Ethicist http://www.daneisenberg.com/
What a wonderful book! I am awed... In It's My Crisis! And I'll Cry if I Need To: A Life Book that Helps You to Dry Your Tears and to Cope with a Medical Challenge , Golani challenges and energizes us all to partner with GD to seek and savor life to the fullest for both our mental and physical health. This book is lifesaving and at the same time emotionally rewarding, spiritual, funny and helpful... - Judith Guedalia, PhD. Director, Neuropsychology Unit and Chief Medical Psychologist ER Trauma (MCE)Team at Shaare Zedek Medical Center, Jerusalem, Israel
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"What an incredible wealth of information: spiritual, philosophical, psychological, medical, etc! The book is filled with sound ideas and sage advice. I recommend it to everyone!" – R. Danny Myers, Ramat Bet Shemesh, Israel
"Yocheved Golani's guide issues a powerful 'can-do' message to those most in need of it. She shows the reader that one 'can;' that even one facing the most grievous of challenges has options and possibilities. A person facing a serious medical threat needs to believe that he or she can, that positivity and determination make a difference. But Golani also sets out a compelling argument for the 'do'. Take action, help yourself, get help from others, strategise, maximise whatever you've got. Do whatever needs to be done to get well and overcome your illness, even when you don't feel like it. It could save your life. It could save the life of your loved one. It is this combination of the can-positive attitude and the do-positive action that makes this guide so useful and complete. Its lessons extend far beyond the medical sphere to life challenges whatever they may be. They are lessons we can't afford to ignore. Good on you, Yocheved!" – Life Coach Y. Ives, England
"Being faced with a serious health challenge is like being in a dungeon. When light comes in one feels new hope and immense gratitude. This book was designed with great compassion by someone who had been in such a dungeon. She knows how any gesture of compassion can be lifesaving. Honor this book as something filled with treasures of knowledge, information and approaches that can be invaluable to anyone going through a medical crisis, even you. This book is a blessing. It can help many people to cope with their medical problems, filling them with hope..." - Lilliane Ritchie, Refuah Institute Professional Counselor Training Instructor
"This book is good. I added it to our recommended book list." - Al Musella, DPM Founder and Director The Musella Foundation for Brain Tumor Research & Information http://virtualtrials.com/books.cfm?bookid=47&vote=10
Face Your Medical Problems with Dignity.
Face Your Future with Optimism.