Kindle version of Sick and Tired FREE July 17,2013.
Author Kimberly Rae has Addison’s disease, hypoglycemia, asthma and a cyst on her brain. She knows what it is like to live tired of dependence on medication, guilty over needing help, and frustrated over fielding the frequent comment, “But you don’t look sick!”
Her new book, Sick & Tired, is for the nearly 1 out of every 2 people in America who live with chronic illness.
Let’s find out more:
Tell us why you wrote Sick & Tired.
After having health problems for over 15 years, I wanted a book that was funny, empathetic, encouraging, and a reminder that God loved me and had a purpose for me despite my limitations and pain. I couldn’t find that book, so I wrote it! I want others to read my book as a safe place where they feel believed, understood, and where they find a few reasons to smile!
What are some of the book topics?
- When the Well-Meaning Annoy You
- It’s Not Fair!
- Grieving the Loss of Who You used to be
- Losing Your Identity to Illness
- How to Explain your Condition with Confidence
- Freedom from What People Think
Why do you believe this book is needed?
People with chronic illness struggle with feeling alone in a healthy world, trying to pretend they can keep up, worried others think they are lazy or making their condition up. They are frustrated over doctors who chalk up their symptoms to depression, as well as the very real emotions of discouragement that naturally accompany lingering pain or an illness they always have to fight but can never defeat.
People who suffer chronically need encouragement, help, and reasons to laugh! That’s what this book is for.
How can readers get a copy of Sick and Tired?
Find Sick and Tired (in paperback or e-book) at Amazon.com! Kindle version FREE July 17,2013.