Invisible Illness Week Team
Offers Free Ebook of 263 Tips
20 Experts share their best tips about living with a chronic illness, from coping with illness and relationship tips to travel and homeschooling.
San Diego, CA — (SBWIRE) — 09/01/2010 —
National Invisible Chronic Illness Awareness Week
is September 13-19, 2010.
A free 80-page ebook is now available
for download to anyone who signs up
for daily updates from the website: www.invisibleillnessweek.com.
“Chronic Illness Tips: 263 Ways To Do More Than Just Get By” is by Invisible Illness Week founder, Lisa Copen and friends. Friends include chronic illness career specialist Rosalind Joffe, relationship expert and best-selling author Pam Farrel, advocacy authority Jennifer Jaff, and illness advocate Jenni Prokopy.
Over 20 contributors share their best tips to live successfully with chronic illness on a variety of topics.
“These experts are people who have the credentials,” says author Lisa Copen, “but more importantly, they have experienced illness themselves or health issues of someone close to them. Their tips come from the experience of living with the challenges illness gives us.”
The chapters include coping tools, relationship issues, career, faith, and practical tips, from traveling with an illness to homeschooling. There are also many tips on how to encourage someone who lives with a chronic illness.
National Invisible Chronic Illness Awareness Week is an annual event that features a free virtual conference online 9/13-17 with speakers each morning 10:30 – 12 USA Pacific time.
With nearly 1 in 2 people living with a chronic condition, about 96% of those people are suffering silently with invisible illnesses.
For more information visit http://InvisibleIllnessWeek.com.
If you or someone you know has an invisible illness or deals with a chronic condition or pain, I recommend that you visit this site. You will not only be encouraged, but will gain many insights to making each day positive no matter the situation. Creating a positive day is possible, if you have the right tools and encouragement. Take a moment to check out www.InvisibleIllnessweek.com and/or www.restministries.com.