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Dr. Rachel Remen has a unique perspective on healing rooted in her background as a physician, a professor of medicine, a therapist, and a long-
The Little Book Of Kitchen Table Wisdom
Dr. Rachel Remen
As a physician, a professor of medicine, a therapist, and a long-
Dr. Craig White is a clinical psychologist, who has worked with many stoma patients and talked to them about their fears and anxieties.
In this book he explains in clear, straightforward terms all aspects of living with a stoma, including ways to feel more comfortable with it, and helps ostomates overcome any embarrassment they may feel in talking to doctors and other healthcare professionals, in order to get the best possible help and support.
Leading A Support Group -
A Practical Guide
The use of support groups in healthcare has great potential and is beginning to grow in practice. This book is proving very popular, and demonstrates the success of the conversational/tutorial approach in teaching the basic skills of running support groups.
While there is no doubt that getting an ostomy is a life-
This comprehensive and easy-
The Ostomy Book -
Living Comfortably With Colostomies, Ileostomies And Urostomies
Barbara Dorr Mullen
Kerry Anne McGinn
‘The Ostomy Book’ is written by a mother and her daughter, and serves as a complete but easy-
The book provides complete information on everything from the details of surgery to rehabilitation, and the eventual management of the appliances, which are needed by patients.
Dave Matthew Jordan received ostomy surgery when he was three weeks old. He has learned a lot about himself and ostomies along the way.
‘The Ostomy Life’ is an easy-
Loo Rolls To Lycra
Caroline Bramwell -
Loo Rolls To Lycra -
Caroline has competed at all triathlon distances, including the full Ironman UK, and has become one of the UK’s leading ostomy triathletes. Loo Rolls To Lycra is the epitome of the self-
My Other Bag’s A Prada -
Quick and Dirty Tips for Surviving An Ileostomy
A. W. Cross
Living with an ostomy seems daunting, but it does not have to be. Author and ileostomate, A. W. Cross, gives a first-
Through a straightforward blend of practicality and humour, an ostomate can learn the physical consequences and emotional impact of having an ostomy, how to choose an ostomy appliance and change a pouching system. Also, how to deal with odour, leaks, skin irritation, eating tips, intimacy and much more. Whether a patient has just acquired an ileostomy or if they have had it for years -
The inspirational life of Annie Stites, Crohn's survivor and ostomate.
Pain was her constant companion -
Over one million Americans suffer from some form of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), a group of chronic, life-
Gail Parker always enjoyed writing, but never imagined she would end up writing a book. She realized Annie’s life story simply needed to be told and spent five years collecting memories and working on the manuscript that became this book.
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