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In Take Back Your Life: Find Hope and Freedom from Fibromyalgia Symptoms and Pain, Tami Stackelhouse provides an honest, straightforward perspective on living with fibromyalgia. The author sheds a positive light on an otherwise unbearable condition. While explaining the symptoms of fibromyalgia, Stackelhouse also outlines physical and mental limitations associated with the disease. With her own firsthand words of wisdom, the author discusses disease management and self care that, if acknowledged, can heighten the value and quality of everyday living. Read from cover to cover or as a pick and choose reference book, Take Back Your Life is an inspirational volume of helpful alternatives to maintaining a healthy and productive life in the face of the challenges representative of life’s daily disease-ridden interruptions.
Based on her experience with fibromyalgia, Tami Stackelhouse offers ideas and innovative methods of dealing with the pain and confusion of fibromyalgia with tried and true suggestions for what to do and what to avoid. Although not a licensed physician, Tami uses her own experience with fibromyalgia as a sounding board for what she offers in her life coaching. Through obvious research and medical facts, the author provides a very readable volume of valuable information for anyone living with or associated with this and other elusive diseases. As a veteran warrior of MS, I found this helpful in the tolerance of similar conditions, such as multiple sclerosis. Tami Stackelhouse’s words offer the foundation of a fulfilling life by magnifying the positive and eliminating the negative ramifications of fibromyalgia.