Dr. Patricia Farrell has been a caring, compassionate expert offering sound advice with our Anxiety & Panic Community for many years.
She says "Providing self-help information to people with either psychological difficulties or medical illnesses has always been the reason I write.
This book came about as the result of my being asked to write one specifically for persons with MS who, because of the seeming psychological problems of the illness, were blaming themselves.
Writing it and interviewing both persons with MS and professionals working in the field was extremely rewarding and each person opened a new understanding for me and affirmed the fact that, indeed, this book needed to be written."
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