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  • Started by Jenny Steffan
    ...the manner women in pain are supported. The journey to a successful diagnosis is rarely a simple path and n...g the biases women frequently encounter when seeking assistance and a diagnosis for their pain. To augment t...
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  • ...your group on writing about trauma. I'm new to SheWrites. I thought I had completed my memoir about a cancer journey, until I received my third diagnosis last year. I'll be updating t...
  • ...ue, you might want to connect with Matthew Peters, dual diagnosed. He has written two fabulous novels, but also has a lot on his blog about dual diagnosis. He is also very "out of the...

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  • ...to the place you are in? :) I suspect others would benefit from your story. As to your friend's husband's brain cancer diagnosis, I don't know if he was given a terminal diagnosis. It's incredible what modern...
  • ...escription of my book brings tears to my eyes! The lines: "...the old tradition, for women, of knowing you are ill, but if the docs can't find a diagnosis, they tell you it's hypochond...
  • ...ch emotion symphony called Beautiful Affliction. I understand the old tradition, for women, of knowing you are ill, but if the docs can't find a diagnosis, they tell you it's hypochond...