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Book Lists: Chronic Illness

Listopia on Goodreads:

my chronic illness Goodreads bookshelf

Bumped to the top of my to-be-read list from these two Listopia/Goodreads lists:

Do you have any recommendations or additions?

the podcast’s bookshelf

please feel free to add me as a friend on Goodreads

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Episode 22: Black Bread, Water and Horses

LiveScience: The Mystery of Kasper Hauser

mental_floss: The Mysterious Life and Death of Kasper Hauser

feral children

The British Psychological Society: Mirror writing
ncbi.nlm.nih.gov: Mirror writing: neurological reflections on an unusual phenomenon by G. D. Schott

Philip Henry, 4th Earl of Stanhope

Wilhelmina Powlett, Duchess of Cleveland, neé Stanhope

 

Referenced and quoted

 

Books listed in episode that reference Kasper Hauser, or have Hauser as a character

 

All books have been added to the podcast’s Goodreads bookshelf.

 

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Episode 12: Driving, Dancing, and Pizza Hut

As I said, staring is caring with Arlo.

Book suggested for Audible: Yes Please by Amy Poehler

link for free copy of Yes Please and a 30-day trial of Audible, the wonderful audiobook subscription service and store with the best customer service of any bookstore

link to purchase Yes Please in audio format, narrated by the author, from Audible’s partner, Amazon

Books quoted in the entry

Yes Please by Amy Poehler (link to Kindle edition)

The Magicians series by Lev Grossman:

  1. The Magicians
  2. The Magician King
  3. The Magician’s Land

Carl Jung: Psychological Types

The Book of Esther

SARK: Glad No Matter What: Transforming Loss and Change Into Gift and Opportunity

All books added to the podcast’s Goodreads bookshelf.

Quick doodle for fun: my purse as assistive device. ♿️ My @mochigrams Better Together cross-shoulder bag stays balanced when I use my cane, lays flat when still strapped on when I am seated–out of my way & the way of medical professionals trying to do their job. And #whatsinmybag — anything I might need, from my medical log (which includes emergency info, all doctors + all my meds & appointments) to my Kindle, from dry mouth medicated lozenges to my guardian doll 😎, a treasured gift from @anotherjill. And yes, I do keep my extra pain meds in a Freud pillcase.
Throwback Thursday: “You’ll know it is time to turn the page when you hear the chime, like this.”
I love this photo for three reasons: the headphones–I look like I’m dropping beats, or working for NASA; I love any picture of my reading as a child; and, the already-visible EDS. You can see the Hypermobility in my oddly-turned ankle and in the unnatural way I am holding the headphones.
Also: is that a dress or the tiniest pantsuit ever?

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