AVAILABLE FROM December 6, 2014:

Coping with chronic pain- a team effort!

  • Do you suffer from invisible chronic pain and does it cause you to have a hard time maintaining healthy and strong relationships with the people around you?
  • Does ‘the other person’ not understand what you go through and what you really need?
  • Do you act tough, trying not to come across as ‘whiny,’ and has this had nasty results before?

Read and learn how to get more ‘Strong Helpers’ in your social network!

Coping with chronic pain- a team effort!

  • Are you the spouse of someone suffering from invisible pain?
  • Do you find it hard to pay attention and lend support and adequate help to them?

Read and learn how you can become a ‘Strong Helper’.

Anna Raymann herself has experienced how chronic pain can affect your social life. She wrote this book for you, with the help of a psychologist and over a hundred CPPs and the people around them, so that you may be able to retain a healthy social life in spite of the pain!

All the do’s & don’ts: practical, instantly applicable tips and advice will benefit everybody suffering from pain, as well as those in their inner and outer social circles.

 

Chronic pain + spouse

Book 1

Book 1: For You and Your Partner

People living with chronic pain often turn to their intimate partners for emotional and physical support.  Partners may also be deeply affected by the chronic pain.   Providing support, every day, to someone with chronic pain can add a great deal of stress to a relationship. As a result, break-ups are very common among couples where one of the two parties suffers from chronic pain. Besides that, researchers at the Washington University found out that, in the US, partners of chronic pain patients were a shocking four times more likely to be depressed than the patient themselves.
This book is here to help you and your partner to face the challenge together and keep a good relationship or even improve it and get closer, despite the pain.
Part 1 of this book is about what you can do to keep the relationship between you and your partner strong, and remain able to support each other. Part 2 is about the other side of the coin; which is how can your partner deal with your pain in the optimal way.

Buy book 1 on Amazon here!

 

 

Book 2: For You and Your Kids

Chronic pain + kids

Book 2

Children of parents with pain conditions are more likely to have a heightened vulnerability to developing pain conditions of their own. Teachers have noted that children of chronic pain patients have more significant behavioral problems and poorer social competence. Children of chronic pain patients typically face more problems in work and relationships in adulthood.

This book is about everything you can do to make sure your pain does not cause your children to suffer. In addition it will teach you how you can improve your relationship with your children and make the bond stronger. Like any other parent, you wish the very best for your children, but living with chronic pain makes it more difficult to be there for them when they need you. When you’re suffering so much yourself, it’s easy to take it out on those you love, including your children, without even realizing. Your illness can bring hardship and crisis into the family, but there are always ways to help children cope with the situation. This book will show you how.

It will point out you how you can turn your situation into an opportunity to strengthen family bonds and create resiliency in your children. If done right, it will help your children become better prepared for life’s obstacles, and it will teach them the value of keeping a positive attitude. .

Buy book 2 on Amazon here!

 

Chronic pain + friends

Book 3

Book 3: For You and Your Family & Friends

  • Do you suffer from invisible chronic pain and does it cause you to have a hard time maintaining healthy and strong relationships with the people around you?
  • Do your family and friends not understand what you go through or what you really need?
  • Do you act tough, trying not to come across as ‘whiny,’ and has this had negative results?
  • Are you awaiting more support and help from your ‘outer circle’?
  • Then read and learn how to make your family, friends, co-workers and neighbors understand how it is to suffer from chronic pain. Create a mutual understandig and as a result get more support and help. Find out how to get more ‘Strong Helpers’ in your social network!

  •  Are you a family member or a friend of someone suffering from invisible pain?
  • Do you find it hard to pay attention and lend support and adequate help to them?
  • Then read and learn to understand your family member or friend better and how you can become a ‘Strong Helper’.

Buy book 3 on Amazon here!