My Crazy Life: A Humorous Guide to Understanding Mast Cell Disorders
Follow Pam through an intriguing tale of allergic reactions and anaphylaxis. At the age of 40 she developed many allergies to foods, medications and even her husband! She became salicylate sensitive and histamine intolerant overnight. Suddenly, she found herself unable to live in her home, and unable to eat most foods. Pam had severe reactions to many foods and medications and yet every allergy test came back negative. Mast cell disorder - the rare disorder that never follows the rules. She has created this guide for the patient by organizing and consolidating the relevant information that is scattered about the web. She has also created this guide for the family and friends of the patient, to help them to understand the bizarre symptoms and what they can do to help. It is a humorous look into the lives of the people who are the exception to the rule.
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May 1, 2015"I purchased your book and can't tell you how much I'm getting from it! It's helping me to explain things by reading your story to my husband too!" -Sondra H., USA "Compassionate and well-written look at discovering an illness you didn't know you had... Pam takes you through her struggle with uncaring friends, her own struggle with knowledge base about the illness... to her present world. Highly recommended." -Connie P., USA "An absolutely brilliant book. I read it from cover to cover. Some I read out to my husband who thought I was writing my story." -Libby A., Australia "I finished your book today. It truly is a blessing. Very informational, funny, uplifting. God bless you so much for writing it." -Zoey S., USA Lori Zappella- "Awesome book !!! I highly recommend for masto peeps and our "newbies" ! Lots of helpful insight both practically & emotionally." "Pam Hodge, Your book has brought so much to my life..... More > understanding and inspiration.. Thank you."- Kandi Hulm Banaszewski "Pam Hodge has taken what was absolute and utter chaos for her and her family and transformed it into a well written and easy to understand book about a rare illness. She walks the reader through her life from discovery of the issues, to ultimate diagnosis, and treatment with amazing clarity. I'm in awe of her ability to still smile and inject humor into what would have brought most of us to our knees. The reality is that most of us take our health for granted. Only when someone we love and deal with on a day to day basis do we stop and appreciate this gift. Pam helps us to savor the health we have with brutal honesty. I hope she takes the time to let us, the reader, know how things are progressing and the new discoveries she will continue to make in the future. I'm anxious for the sequel!"-Karen O. Lisa Cook Kohlfeld 5 STARS on Lulu and iBooks, "Pam! Great job. Thank you so much!" Donna Casson "Great book loved it. Was very easy to relate to it."< Less
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- Daniel Hodge (Standard Copyright License)
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- May 1, 2015
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