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Thursday, December 15, 2005

Must Have Books

Ok, for those of you who can still read, I want to recommend two books. Now, you're going to say, "Jess, how can you recommend a book to us, when you can't read it, yourself?" Well, though that's true, my mom is reading one of these books to me and the other is written by someone I've come to know and admire as a vital resource, learned researchist and fellow migraneur and I'd trust anything she said without reservation. Put these on your last minute Christmas Lists, because they're so worthwhile and should be the first books you read in the New Year. You can purchase both of them at Amazon by clicking the title bar above.

First is Teri Robert's new book, and long anticipated, might I add? Living Well with Migraine Disease and Headaches : What Your Doctor Doesn't Tell You...That You Need to Know. I hope this book comes out online so that I can read it, because she has received awesome reviews on her book. She's spent years researching the subject, so she deserves every bit of praise that she's received on the culmination of her wisdom. If you want to read an interview with her by the World Headache Alliance, click here. And, Teri's website is on about.com, here. Way to go, Teri! You rock!

The other book is by Paula Kamen, also a fellow migraneur. My mom's been reading this book and then she gives me a summation of the chapters in our weekly phone calls. So far, Kamen's experiences eerily mirror my own, so I think that if you're a chronic migraneur, or even someone with chronic pain not necessarily from migraine, you're going to really be able to relate to her stories. She has alot of good advice on how to deal with it personally, professionally, and medically. She's been through alot and this book doesn't read like a textbook. Rather Kamen is informative, yet entertaining and poignant. She's a wonderful writer and it just so happens that she is a freelance writer as well. She has her own website here, but also has done an interview with The World Headache Alliance.

7 Comments:

At 9:30 AM, Blogger Angel said...

I just bought Kamen's book from Amazon (it's on sale!)

Thanks for the recommendations.

 
At 8:01 PM, Anonymous Eleanor said...

It's a great book, I've read it too. Paula Kamen's I mean.

 
At 9:38 PM, Blogger Teri said...

Thanks, Jessi! Hope you get feeling better soon so you can read. I know how difficult it can be when you can't read for yourself. BTW, there are two chapters of my book on my site. Happy new year, my friend.

 
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