Are you struggling to reclaim your identity after getting sick? Frustrated with relationships that have gone sour, or a career that’s stalled out? Ready to feel more savvy, sexy, and confident as you navigate your chronic illness journey?
It’s time to learn how to be a ChronicBabe!
This course-in-a-book contains ten lessons in essential areas that women with chronic illness need to address in order to craft a life beyond chronic illness - to become more than professional patients. Through personal stories, expert interviews, encouraging exercises, and hundreds of resources, author Jenni Grover teaches sick chicks how to become total babes!
Jenni was 25 when her world was turned upside down by fibromyalgia, anxiety, asthma, and a handful of other chronic conditions. She has used her experience to build an online community for women with chronic illness who want to be more than professional patients—who want to feel empowered despite serious illness.
Since 2005, Jenni has taught thousands of women how to take charge of their lives through her website, videos, and speeches around the world. In ChronicBabe 101, she schools you on relationships, career, emotional well-being, sexuality, personal organization, and so much more.
Lessons in the book include:
- It All Starts with Learning to Practice Acceptance
- Learn to Kick Those Bad Habits to the Curb
- It’s Time to Turn Around Negative Thinking
- Establish Healthy Boundaries to Create Confidence
- Learn to Love Your Body Again
- Build Your “Team” to Maximize Support
- Strengthen Personal Relationships to Weave a Safety Net
- Adapt Your Education and Career to Boost Success
- Become a Talented Communicator
- Get Organized: Tips, Tricks, Tools, and Systems
Experts interviewed in ChronicBabe 101 include:
- Toni Bernhard, author of How to Be Sick: A Buddhist-Inspired Guide for the Chronically Ill and Their Caregivers
- Caryn Feldman, Ph.D., clinical psychologist at the Shirley Ryan Ability Lab (formerly Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago) Center for Pain Management
- Kerri Morrone Sparling, award-winning chronic illness advocate in the diabetes community and creator of the SixUntilMe blog
...and many more!