Save your sanity, time & money!

Need solutions for the medication, medical appliances and/or medical travel that you can't afford? READ EMPOWER Yourself.

A Health Information Management professional, I survived a life-threatening emergency with information that only a person of my professional experience would know. And I’m sharing it!

Monday, August 31, 2009

EMPOWER Yourself to Cope with Your Medical Problem. Here's How.


11 Elul 5769

You have a medical problem, and you need help.

Here it is, discreet, informative
and very sympathetic.

An E-book that comes straight to your monitor.

It's something to enjoy.

It's simple. And pain-free.

Find the answers you need,
and clues for finding more.

EMPOWER Yourself to cope with that medical challenge.

EMPOWER Yourself to Cope with a Medical Challenge has been praised by medical and mental health professionals, some of whom use it in their practices!!!

All the best,

Yocheved Golani
Coping with a Medical Crisis?
Make the Changes You Need in Your Life

Thursday, August 27, 2009

Coming SOON! To a Monitor Near You!


7 Elul 5769

The E-book version of It's MY Crisis And I'll Cry If I Need To: EMPOWER Yourself to Cope with a Medical Challenge is being digitized. You'll soon be able to learn of helpful strategies for managing medically-related stress. You'll find out about many global resources for low-cost, sometimes free, Quality Medical Care that's available to you and/or your loved ones.

Here are just some endorsements of the book by medical and mental health professionals:

UPDATE: I realized that you might have trouble reading the text above. Here are a few approbations from the back cover and inside the book:

"… a powerful 'can-do' message to those most in need of it… It could save your life or the life of your loved one. This combination of positive attitude and positive action makes this guide useful and complete. Its lessons extend far beyond the medical sphere to life challenges whatever they may be: lessons we can't afford to ignore." – Life Coach Y. Ives, England

"...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 and faith." - Lilliane Ritchie, Refuah Institute Professional Counselor Training Instructor, Israel

"The first edition of It's MY Crisis! has held the #2 spot at since November 2 2008. I've read and added EMPOWER Yourself to Cope with a Medical Challenge to our Recommended Reading list, too." – Al Musella, DPM, Musella Foundation for Brain Tumor Research and Information

"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

"This is a helpful, informative text that can bring hope, help and humor to someone experiencing a medical crisis." - Dr. Lisa Aiken, Psychologist

"... This book is lifesaving, 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

Wishing you the best in your coping efforts,

Yocheved Golani
Coping with a Medical Crisis?
Make the Changes You Need in Your Life

Wednesday, August 26, 2009

How Does Controlling Your Blood Pressure Help You to THINK Better?


6 Elul 5769

Sorry for the delayed post. I messed up one of my feet by falling over a child's toy at my neighbor's home. Going to the doctor takes time... One of these days I might build up the nerve to tell you why Super Glue makes a helpful addition to a doctor's medical toolbag. sigh...

Ah, well, at least my blood pressure is usually within admirable range, even if my feet are not. Here's why your blood pressure should be, too:

Yes, it's a rather dull article. What it means, though, is that making a habit of being happy and not needing blood pressure medication actually lets you think more clearly.

Hmm... Stress = Messed Up Minds = Less Brain Power.

Wanna take charge of your emotions?

Read Steven Covey's
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People

Readers, you are what you choose to be.

Fate, issues, relationships, and all the rest do NOT force you into a specific mindset.

You choose what to think and how to behave.

That reality is how I saved my own life. You'll learn how to mimic what I did when the updated edition of my book debuts. My plan is to coordinate publication with Labor Day Weekend (my original goal).

Cope to the best of your genuine ability,

Yocheved Golani
Coping with a Medical Crisis?
Make the Changes You Need in Your Life

Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Here's What Happens When You COPE with Butterflies in the Tummy


5 Elul 5769

Readers, I'll be very real with you. I've mustered up my courage to go ahead with the original plan for an E-book. Here's why:

I began receiving requests to create
dedicated editions of the printed version.

Businesses and charitable organizations asked "Is it possible to make this book into
something we can present to our clients or supporters, a customized edition - a gift bearing our company name?"

You bet it's possible!

I've overcome my shock at the kerflooey which affected my first E-authorship attempt.

I coached myself to see the upside
of some wonderful possibilities.

Contact me to explore your options for imprinting a dedication page in the printed format of EMPOWER Yourself to Cope with a Medical Challenge.

If your recipients enjoy being green, conservation, organics and organic products, they'll appreciate the book very much. EMPOWER Yourself (and this blog) teach money-saving strategies to improve your health without harming the environment. In fact, the book teaches how to benefit from the world of natural cures as well as traditional Western medical practices. Without hurting your wallet or the planet ;^ )

Coming soon to your monitors (and office shelves)!

Yocheved Golani
Coping with a Medical Crisis?
Make the Changes You Need in Your Life

Monday, August 24, 2009

Is it Health Care "Reform" or Health Care "Neglect"?


4 Elul 5769

Why aren't black breast cancer patients over age 65 faring well if they're on Medicare?

Why is the America Dental Association disappointed with alleged health care reform efforts? How much would those efforts fail to help Medicaid recipients and to provide preventative care to the wider population?

Read these interesting and troubling headlines in the medical world today:

Hoping that my book and blog will lead you to solutions ;^ )

Stand by for publication news.

Yocheved Golani
Coping with a Medical Crisis?
Make the Changes You Need in Your Life

Saturday, August 22, 2009

Know the Facts about H1N1


3 Elul 5769

I'm noticing increased nervousness about H1N1/Swine Flu on listservs, in mainstream media and in conversations. People are increasingly fearful of the
World Health Organization's recent projection about an "Explosion" of new cases.

Calm yourself with a look at the

Then look at the

You can follow the CDC guidelines for safe coughing by using disposable tissues or washable 100% cotton handkerchiefs.

Toss out the tissues as soon as you've finished wiping your nose or covering your cough (flush them to the sewer for additional precaution if that makes you feel safer). Place used hankies in your pocket or purse. Toss them into the hamper when you return home, and launder the load ASAP.

None of that stuff should pile up on your desk, kitchen table, dresser, etc.

Keep several packages of tissues handy so you won't be tempted to reach for used tissues again and again. Buy several handkerchiefs so you'll have a ready supply on hand when some are in the laundry. You might grow to prefer handkerchiefs. The cottony softness won't irritate your skin as much as paper tissues can.

Your neighbor or someone else might make persuasive, frightening remarks about H1N1/Swine Flu (I prefer not to repeat the fear-mongering rumors I've learned about), but you owe it to yourself to check the facts. Rumors are generally good for raising your blood pressure, not your chances of remaining healthy.

Know the facts, ignore the rumors.

See the August 21 2009

Now please take my frequent advice on this blog and throughout my book: nurture your inner giggle. Focus on something that pleases you and do something that makes you feel happy. Keep a happiness journal to remind yourself of good stuff when you're feeling very down. You need to increase your sense of optimism.

Smile on purpose.

THAT can help you to cope with a medical challenge, including flu.

Yocheved Golani
Coping with a Medical Crisis?
Make the Changes You Need in Your Life

Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Author Recovers from Disaster! Read All About It!


29 Menachem Av 5769

WHEW. I want to catch up with my book and blog readers after spending weeks recovering from quite a literary disaster. It all began back on August 9, shortly after blogging about the imminent publication of my first-ever E-book. The problem was highly unexpected and shocking.

Someone hacked into my work,
just as I was E-mailing the manuscript for
EMPOWER Yourself to Cope
with a Medical Challenge
to the publisher.

It would have been published
within days.

My entire text was destroyed. Try to imagine the tears that did and didn't fall from my eyes. Years of research, months of formatting, uncounted hours spent on revisions, updates, deletions of newly obsolete information.

Much hope, happiness, and optimism
about whom the book could help
just seemed to fall apart in one
capricious blow from an unknown entity.

Lost. Absolutely lost. My PC technicians could not resuscitate my newly mangled document.

I firmly believe that everything that happens is somehow for the best, even if we mortals don't know what "somehow" is.

I prayed before, during and after I deliberated and discussed the situation with colleagues and my publisher. They're aware of my concern about future cyber-safety and the ease with which E-books are stolen, plagiarized, etc. I've decided to pursue a paper format.

So, dear readers, I took some of my own coping skills advice. I capitalized on the situation, deciding that maybe I'm meant to publish the updated version of It's MY Crisis! in book form instead.

I've reconstructed the book from various materials (paper notes, E-mails to colleagues with some of my "critique this part, please" text, repeated research efforts, memory, and other stuff).

My formatters are now diligently focused on recreating the handsome appearance of the manuscript and its graphics. We've made some creative changes with a quality that impresses us quite a bit.

With help from The One Above,
the end result should be a much
more attractive product for you.

I've turned the negative into something positive. I'll appreciate your patience as I travel this new road to giving you a book even better than the lost edition.

Stay tuned for the announcement that It's MY Crisis And I'll Cry If I Need To: EMPOWER Yourself to Cope with a Medical Challenge is available for purchase.

It will come when Heaven decides
it should.

Meanwhile, you can still buy "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" and benefit from the highly acclaimed coping strategies and medical information there. Medical and mental health professionals have praised it on the cover and in their private practices.

I'm grateful to my colleague Hope Clark, who helped me to choose the words to inform you of the situation. I've struggled to decide how to share the news with you.

Yocheved Golani
Coping with a Medical Crisis?
Make the Changes You Need in Your Life

Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Lowering Lymphedema's Ill Effects


28 Menachem Av 5769

My Self-Help Coaching efforts with people facing medical challenges led me to a woman with Lymphedema. Desperate for relief from the pain and swelling in her leg, she asked me for some time-honored treatments simple to use and to prepare.

Here's what I suggested.

  • STOP eating all dairy (cheese, etc.)
  • NO bread (of any kind) - you can buy sprout bread at health food shops instead

  • NO animal products (eggs, fish, chicken, etc.)

  • Drink a lot of lemon, water and cayenne mixed together

  • GO for a series of colonics

  • DRINK green smoothies (ask your local nutritionist how to prepare them)

  • EAT MANY salads and fruit, including watermelon and grapes.

  • BE in the sunshine and go to sleep by 10. Lack of sleep stresses the body.

  • Soak a 100% cotton flannel cloth with organic Castor Oil and place it on your inner thigh while resting. The oil can promote circulation. The cottony cloth holds it in place without causing chemical reactions.

Tell your medical professionals what you're doing so they can monitor progress and prevent new problems. Some techniques might work better than others for you. Some might not be advisable.

Be sure to see this interactive online resource:

Ask Questions About Cancer, Lymphedema and Exercise

Here's to YOUR ever-improving coping efforts with a medical challenge,

Yojeved Golani
Coping with a Medical Crisis?
Make the Changes You Need in Your Life

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Patients Need and Deserve Respect, Appropriate Assistance, and Acceptance


22 Menachem Av 5769

Readers, I apologize to you. Despite indicating on this blog that the E-book would be published this week, I must let you know that this will not happen. I've delayed publication just a bit in order to add some critically important resource information that I learned late in the publication process.

I chose quality over speed.

Unexpected delays are not an uncommon phenomenon in the book world. My publisher is bearing with me.

Meanwhile, the therapist referenced in yesterday's blogpost has graciously given me permission to share her exact words with you. We had been participating in an online discussion, about niche life-coaching and how to market our coaching skills, via LinkedIn (a community of like-minded business people across the world). The issue put to us was: "What's The Problem With The Life Coaching Industry?"

Catch up with the conversation
as I repond to the moderator's
question and comment (that
Coaching seems appealing
but a client base builds best
with Internet marketing),
then receive the LA-based
psychotherapist's reply to me:

Hillel, every word you wrote is valuable. I market my very niche Self-Help Coaching for People Facing Illness... with referrals, social media marketing, a blog and website, speaking engagements, and by using my books (updated edition, an E-book, to be released this month) as business cards of a sort.

The back cover approbations from medical and mental health professionals impress present and potential clients of my services. They attest to my credibility as a potentially VERY helpful resource for people struggling to cope with the problems involved with illness (financial, spiritual, emotional, physical, and an insider's knowledge base of wonderful options that laymen can't imagine to seek out). The "Net has definitely raised my public profile. I'm fascinated to see the diversity among my Twitter followers and blog followers... Now I'm strategizing to prepare a Facebook tool for leading paid-participation webinars.


Yocheved Golani

Here's the therapist's reply to my thoughts:

Jaelline Jaffe PhD, LMFT
Lemon-Aid Counseling, Licensed Psychotherapist and author

Yocheved, I'm interested in reading more about you and what you do. As a psychotherapist in So Calif, one of my specializations is working with people affected by medical conditions - individuals as well as family members.

Most illness is also related to stress, either as cause or effect, and when people bring their concerns to doctors, they usually get very little attention to their emotional needs (doctors have neither the time nor training to help in this regard).

I have developed 12-week group therapy program to help people deal with the sadness, anger, worry, guilt, or other strong feelings associated with their medical problems, and to find themselves again as a person, not just as a patient. I intend to market this program to other professionals so they can help people in their own areas.

Haven't yet figured the ins and outs of using twitter, etc for business. I am just getting started with a blog. So I will look forward to seeing your other pages and learning from you, as well! Hoping to get to know you!

OK, I hope that exchange
enlightens you about why
I wrote both books.

Dr. Jaffe points out that
people facing illness get
little attention for their
emotional needs.

But I'd already known that,
from both sides
of the hospital bed.

As you'll soon read in
EMPOWER Yourself to
Cope with a Medical Challenge:

"A Note from the Author

Before this workbook continues further, I wish to comment on its purpose: it is a tool for strengthening your resolve. Emotions go on a rollercoaster all their own when a person learns of the medical and/or emotional/spiritual crisis that seems about to engulf them. Take heart; that’s a sign of being human, of being normal. Despite your yearning to master and to control the situation you’re in – or even to get rid of it, reality dictates that you remain calm and logical. The temptations to go ballistic are innumerable. We all suffer with that problem.

The mark of a refined human being, a 'decent person,' is that he or she behaves pleasantly and intelligently despite the pain, setbacks and sadness of the problem in their life. In the 21st century, however, a huge sense of confusion clouds our thinking: we became used to instant solutions back in the 20th century. Technological advances gave us instantly cooked food zapped in microwaves. We advanced from s-l-o-w cyber communication to real-time faxes, Instant Messaging, quickly received and responded to E-mail, cell phones, PDAs, blackberries and more. We lost the sense of having to wait for results. That loss of perspective affects our understanding of emotional restraint and spiritual growth. They develop with the repetition of polite behavior despite inner turmoil. Time and patience are crucial factors for becoming refined individuals. They’re critical coping tools for medical challenges.

I pray that the humorous content and... insights within my manuscript will help you to renovate your inner life, your very soul and mind. Persist at making your character over into that of a more tolerant and flexible person. And when you fail after making or approaching success, know that our spiritual ancestors went through the same trials and errors. Psalms/tehilim are full of those thoughts. King David knew of what he wept. You do, too.

Persist in your efforts to improve your behavior and thinking patterns. Make it a hobby. Your accomplishments and lofty goals join the spiritual power of [spiritual] lessons. None of your efforts can be wasted. A universal reality makes this so."

Power to the Patient, who needs and deserves repect, appropriate assistance, and acceptance.

Yocheved Golani
Coping with a Medical Crisis?
Make the Changes You Need in Your Life

Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Why a Los Angeles Psychotherapist is Interested in a Specific Book about Coping with Illness


21 Menachem Av 5769

Woke up today (I'm possibly half a globe and several time zones from your location) and discovered a delightful message on my LinkedIn account. A psychotherapist in the Los Angeles area is so impressed by the tone and teachings of my communications about "It's MY Crisis!" that she invited me to join her circle of acquaintances. Turns out we know some of the same people.

Imagine whom you'll meet and how delights will fill your life once you adopt that "can-do cope with medical crisis" message of my book and the Self-Help Coaching techniques shared within it. Your spirit can soar. Your mirror will smile back at you.

THAT's good for your coping skills and health ;^ )

I'm supervising last-minute stuff going into the E-book's imminent publication.

Stay tuned. It's going on sale soon ;^ )

Can't wait?

Readers around the world
are buying the first edition
to hold in their hands and
feel happier NOW.

We're here to help you to cope with a medical challenge.

Yocheved Golani
Coping with a Medical Crisis?
Make the Changes You Need in Your Life

Monday, August 10, 2009

Here's How to End Pain from Trigeminal Neuralgia and...


20 Menachem Av 5769

Here's the update on that medical discovery I referenced last week:

Dr. Haim Adahan at Tel HaShomer Hospital's Pain Control Center in Israel is succeeding at ending pain in specific parts of the body.

Headaches, Joint, Spinal and Tendon Pain due to disease are no longer the living hell they were for some of Dr. Adahan's patients.

Trigeminal Neuralgia is a unique problem with excruciating pain, a horrific condition that disrupts daily life around the clock.

The Pain Shield Device
that Dr. Adahan created
is ending Trigeminal Neuralgia agony.

Watch the
informative video (in English or Hebrew - you choose the language).

I can't imagine the blessings
this man has received and will continue receiving
for his phenomenal invention.

To Your Ever-Improving Health,

Yocheved Golani
Coping with a Medical Crisis?
Make the Changes You Need in Your Life

Sunday, August 9, 2009

Tips for Taming Medical Bills


19 Marcheshvan 5769

Medical bills can take the breath out of you. That's NOT what you need while you're facing an illness.

The New York Times Health Blog has some tips for taming those medical bills.

Here's more good news: my forthcoming book lets you know how to organize home health care efforts, too. Coming at you soon, via E-book.

Helping you to minimize the crises in your medical life,

Yocheved Golani
Coping with a Medical Crisis?
Make the Changes You Need in Your Life

Thursday, August 6, 2009

Breaking News


16 Menachem Av 5769

Sorry for the delayed blogpost. My Twitter account mysteriously shut down today and I'm having trouble with this blog, too.

I have some breaking news to share with you about a medical discovery. I spent part of today gathering the facts. I don't know that I'll be able to post an update on the blog tomorrow. C'mon back next week to learn what it's all about.

I'll be looking for you ;^ )

Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Need an Antidepressant to Cope with that Medical Problem? Here's How to Get Something VERY Effective!


15 Menachem Av 5769

This news broke yesterday:

And it's not the whole story.

People around the world are worried. Family Problems. Money Problems. Political Problems. Relationship Problems. Scheduling Problems.

Name the issue. It could be
a problem for many people.

The good news is, there's a terrific Anti-Depressant for Medical Problems. It's coming out next week, G'D willing. And who knows? The upbeat tone, terrific strategizing suggestions and money-saving ideas in this E-book could help you to solve more than medical dilemmas.

It's even good for your budget. The GLOBAL Resources section in the back is full of cost-cutting ideas for quality health care

Hold on,

is coming at you next week!

There's a reason that
medical & mental health experts
praised the book on the back cover
and inside the manuscript.

You'll be EMPOWERED to cope with your medical challenge. You won't even need to wait for delivery. The E-book edition comes straight to your PC.

Yocheved Golani
Coping with a Medical Crisis?
Make the Changes You Need in Your Life

Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Emotional Freedom from Negative Emotions!


14 Menachem Av 5769

Today's YOUR bonus day! I do book reviews as part of my journalistic life. My blog has been chosen to go first in a collegial publicity effort for terrific author Dr. Judith Orloff and her newest book:

Title: Emotional Freedom: Liberate Yourself from Negative Emotions and Transform Your Life
Author: Dr. Judith Orloff
Publisher: Harmony Books

Reviewer: Yocheved Golani

Using your gut feelings to figure out life and what you should do about it is the hallmark of Dr. Orloff’s Intuitive Healing practice. The popular psychiatrist’s newest book, Emotional Freedom: Liberate Yourself from Negative Emotions and Transform Your Life teaches her readers how to transform their self-sabotaging tendencies in order to become free to live, to love, to forgive and to progress.

The charm of Dr. Orloff’s works is that she is not a dull writer tossing off clich├ęs and boring bromides. She shares poignant and sometimes humorous insights into her own world of struggling with emotional issues, letting us know that she’s as human as the rest of us. In this book she describes how she tunes in to her intuitive powers so that readers can do the same (see her videos for more examples of this). Intuition lets the author, her clients and readers better grasp what distresses or de-stresses them and what they ought to do to improve the quality of their lives.

Dr. Orloff’s prose is simple to understand, clearly presented in manageable chunks of information and practice instructions. When she explains how to “Reprogram the Biology of Jealousy” on pages 309-314, readers gain high impact insight and Action Step instructions for defeating some high stakes drama. The author explains that “Jealousy and envy are endemic to high school, a Petri dish for these emotional microbes.” In a few paragraphs she demonstrates how to bolster self esteem and optimize human biology for bypassing present or long-ago sadness that can last a lifetime.

The delightful achievements that Orloff and her clientele make by using the very advice she gives to her readers bring smiles to many faces reading her books. In Emotional Freedom, she’ll have you grinning in Seven Transformational Steps that can have you facing fear and building courage, facing frustration/disappointment and building patience, facing loneliness and building connections, and more.

The paperback was released in March 2009. Buy a copy for your personal and business library. It’s that good. And be sure to visit
Dr. Orloff's site.

You betcha I recommend Emotional Freedom in my newest book!

Yocheved Golani
Coping with a Medical Crisis?
Make the Changes You Need in Your Life

Need Affordable, Comprehensive Health Insurance with that Pre-Existing Condition? Look Here.


14 Menachem Av 5769

Check out this communication via the "Just for Writers" group at LinkedIn (join my LI network).

A gentleman asked members at large:

"How can someone with health problems
(muscular dystrophy, pacemaker),
who wants to write science fiction
novels and short stories for
a living, find affordable,
comprehensive health insurance?

"I've checked with writers unions
and most of them say insurers
would deny me based on
my health problems.

"I'm considering starting a sole
proprietorship so I can become a
group of one and they won't deny
me coverage. Of course, I don't
know if they'll give me
affordable insurance or cover
the various things I need because
of my muscular dystrophy and the
resulting effect on my health.

I'm hoping you've got some ideas
that I haven't thought of. I know
I can find a solution to
this obstacle."

Here's how I replied to the question:


My books about how to cope with medical crises contain relevant information in the "Global Resources" section. See my blog, where you can buy the first edition now. The newer edition of "It's MY Crisis" will likely be released for sale later this month.

Yocheved Golani "

Here's to YOUR best coping with medical challenge efforts!

BUY "It's My Crisis!" COPE with YOUR Medical Challenge.

Cry if you need to.
And learn to dry your tears.

THAT can help you to cope
with a medical challenge.

Yocheved Golani
Coping with a Medical Crisis?
Make the Changes You Need in Your Life

Monday, August 3, 2009

Strays as Pets? NOT a Good Idea Today!


13 Menachem Av 5769

World Health Organization updated its site with worrisome news about Zoonotic (animal to human) Diseases. They're on the rise. With no known cures for the possible respiratory arrest and neurological diseases they might cause.

Those problems can lead to death.
Yours or the childrens'.

What kinds of animals pose the deadly risks?

Birds, cats, chimpanzees, dogs, forest antelope, fruit bats, goats, gorillas, horses, monkeys, pigs, rabbits and sheep. So far as researchers presently know.

Aussies are at particular risk. So are residents of Zaire. Newer global hotspots will likely hit the headlines once outbreaks happen there. The airline industry is making the nightmare far too likely.

You might want to discourage the children from bringing home strays as pets, wherever you live. And be vigilant on the farm. Stay clean.

Feel safer, calmer,
when you buy
"It's My Crisis!"
Cope with Your Medical Challenge
using Sensible Suggestions
and Lots of Humor.

Cry if you need to. And learn to dry your tears.

THAT can help you to cope with a medical challenge.

Yocheved Golani
Coping with a Medical Crisis?
Make the Changes You Need in Your Life