Coping with Chronic Pain – a Team Effort!

is the title of a series of e-books you can order and download on Amazon from December 6, 2014

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Book 1: For You and Your Partner                          Download here

Book 2: For You and Your Kids                                Download here

Book 3: For You and Your Family & Friends         Download here

 

Book 1, For You and Your Partner

Table of Contents

Book 2, For You and Your Kids

Table of Contents

Book 3, For You and Your Family & Friends

Table of Contents

Book 1

FIRST
Introduction
What you need to know before reading
What you may find, and can expect

PART 1 TO THE PERSON SUFFERING FROM PAIN
Introduction
What are the consequences?
How to get attention from your partner
How to get help from your partner
How to get support from your partner
Wanted:
How can you help your partner?
What about your own contribution?
What about intimacy and sex?

PART 2 TO THE PARTNER
Introduction
What is the impact on your relationship?
Taking care of yourself means taking care of each other
How are you not helping out your patient partner?
How can you show understanding?
How to offer your partner help
How can you cope together?
What about intimacy and sex?

PART 3 TOOLS FOR AN INCREASED UNDERSTANDING
The Salami-technique
Letter to a friend
The Spoon Theory

PART 4 EXTRA
Recommended
Sources
About the author

Book 2

FIRST
What you need to know before reading
What you may find, and can expect

PART 1, TO THE PERSON IN PAIN
Introduction
For children of all ages
Young children (up to 6 years)
Elementary scholars (6-13 years)
Teenagers and older children (ages 14 and up)
For all age groups
Family gatherings

PART 2, FOR THE CHILDREN
Young children – up to 6 years
Elementary school students — 6 to 13 year olds
Teenagers and older children – ages 14 and up

PART 3, EXTRA
Sources
About the author

Book 3

FIRST
Introduction
What you need to know before reading
What you may find, and can expect

PART 1 TO THE PERSON SUFFERING FROM PAIN
Why is this so common?
How can you improve yourself?
How do you keep things nice and sociable?

PART 2 FOR THE OUTER CIRCLE: FAMILY, FRIENDS, CO-WORKERS AND NEIGHBORS
Introduction
Fake?
Just in the head?
A personal story
A little bit of understanding
A Strong Helper
Dos and don’ts to remember
The ‘black’ pages
The 'white' pages

PART 3 TOOLS FOR A BETTER UNDERSTANDING
Letter to a friend
The Spoon Theory
The Salami Technique

PART 4 EXTRA
Recommended websites, support groups, blogs
Sources
About the author