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Sick chapter 1 Sick , meaning Sick , genre Sick , book cover Sick , flies Sick , Sick 86e31462aac72 In The Tradition Of Brain On Fire And Darkness Visible, An Honest, Beautifully Rendered Memoir Of Chronic Illness, Misdiagnosis, Addiction, And The Myth Of Full Recovery That Details Author Porochista Khakpour S Struggles With Late Stage Lyme Disease.For As Long As Writer Porochista Khakpour Can Remember, She Has Been Sick For Most Of That Time, She Didn T Know Why All Of Her Trips To The ER And Her Daily Anguish, Pain, And Lethargy Only Ever Resulted In One Question How Could Any One Person Be This Sick Several Drug Addictions, Three Major Hospitalizations, And Over 100,000 Later, She Finally Had A Diagnosis Late Stage Lyme Disease Sick Is Khakpour S Arduous, Emotional Journey As A Woman, A Writer, And A Lifelong Sufferer Of Undiagnosed Health Problems Through The Chronic Illness That Perpetually Left Her A Victim Of Anxiety, Living A Life Stymied By An Unknown Condition.Divided By Settings, Khakpour Guides The Reader Through Her Illness By Way Of The Locations That Changed Her Course New York, LA, New Mexico, And Germany As She Meditates On Both The Physical And Psychological Impacts Of Uncertainty, And The Eventual Challenge Of Accepting The Diagnosis She Had Searched For Over The Course Of Her Adult Life With Candor And Grace, She Examines Her Subsequent Struggles With Mental Illness, Her Addiction To The Benzodiazepines Prescribed By Her Psychiatrists, And Her Ever Deteriorating Physical Health A Story About Survival, Pain, And Transformation, Sick Is A Candid, Illuminating Narrative Of Hope And Uncertainty, Boldly Examining The Deep Impact Of Illness On One Woman S Life.


10 thoughts on “Sick

  1. says:

    I sometimes wonder if I would have been less sick if I had a home.


  2. says:

    A finely wrought memoir of Khakpour s battle with Lyme disease and,broadly, how the early trauma and displacement of her childhood intertwines and muddies the challenge of putting a name to the cause of her symptoms A personal fascination, for me, was the revelation that Khakpour and I are almost exactly the same age she has lived so muchlife than I have that I would have referred her to as one of the older girls had we been at the same school Beautiful writing from the sente A finely wrought memoir of Khakpour s battle with Lyme disease and,broadly, how the early trauma and displacement ...


  3. says:

    Iranian American novelist Khakpour describes in excruciating detail her fight against an unknown disease, which turned out to be late stage Lyme disease Much of her battle was in getting the correct diagnoses and disregarding the Dr s who told her that her p...


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