Chronic Pain Recovery
Once upon a time I was in horrible pain and nobody could help me. (It sucked. Big time.)
I didn’t want anyone else to ever feel that hopeless and alone, so after I got better I wrote the book Chronic Pain Recovery: A Practical Guide to Putting Your Life Back Together After Everything Has Fallen Apart.
It’s the first book from the trenches of chronic pain, for people in the trenches of chronic pain—full of advice you can actually use, written in a language you can understand.
No medical jargon. No agendas. Just page after page of accessible and affordable ideas for pain recovery that have worked for people just like you, incorporating more than five years of research, testing, and experimentation.
Chronic Pain Recovery is organized into five focus areas: body, mind, support network, lifestyle, and acceptance. Once you’ve chosen ideas from each of the areas to try, use the book’s customizable toolkit to combine them into a recovery plan for yourself.
When a friend recommended this book because I’m going through really discouraging chronic knee pain, I had no idea how grateful I’d be. The author did so much thorough research and shares so much helpful info that it has given me a big head start in exploring options and alternatives. If you are living in pain, do yourself a favor and get and read this book! It’s an easy read, encouraging and hopeful. –T. J. Alberti
Social Media Etiquette
If you use social media to support or promote your personal brand—or the brand you manage on behalf of your company or employer—having proper etiquette is critical.
Etiquette can mean the difference between building a respectful, authentic online presence showing you in your best light, versus one ridden with embarrassing gaffes that could potentially end your career or company.
In my book, Social Media Etiquette: 100 Ways to Communicate With Grace and Class, you’ll find 100 tips to help you master the basics of social media etiquette for, (or at) work, from building a presence and engaging with your audience to publishing content.
The book also includes specific etiquette suggestions for the top social networks being used today, including Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Google Plus, Pinterest, Instagram and platforms with geolocation capabilities.
This book is full of great tips on how to have a more successful social media presence. I was wondering if the tips would be a lot of “well, I’d never do that!” (I work in marketing.) Not so. The author has a no-nonsense, non-judgmental, approachable style that I enjoyed. Great book! – M. Thompson
Social Media Etiquette is available as an e-book from Amazon and is free to download for Kindle users.