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Elizabeth Collins Wood takes the reader into her personal journey from knowing something isn't quite right; visiting doctor after doctor, only to be told, "There's nothing wrong with you!" After 6 years, finally connecting with doctors and specialist who think outside the box; the diagnoses, all the medications, specialty pharmacy deliveries, complete with side-effects and Elizabeth Collins Wood takes the reader into her personal journey from knowing something isn't quite right; visiting doctor after doctor, only to be told, "There's nothing wrong with you!" After 6 years, finally connecting with doctors and specialist who think outside the box; the diagnoses, all the medications, specialty pharmacy deliveries, complete with side-effects and insurance issues; the time consuming and, sometimes, invasive and painful procedures and tests, numerous, weekly trips to clinics, imaging centers, labs, a variety of doctor’s offices and hospitals. Friends and family who chose denial and/or completely turn away, when you need support the most; the stresses and frustration at the lack of empathy, compassion and understanding; the constant need to validate and justify; isolation and loneliness that leads to seemingly endless misunderstandings and disagreements. Just when everything seemed at its darkest, Wood finds her inspiration to live and taking back her life. Wishing Well is a personal and emotional journey through the eyes of someone living with an invisible chronic illness, explained in a way that everyone can understand. A good read for those who live with illness, family and friends, doctors and specialist alike. This book will shed light on a very real struggle. Chronic illness doesn't have to mean the beginning of the end.


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Elizabeth Collins Wood takes the reader into her personal journey from knowing something isn't quite right; visiting doctor after doctor, only to be told, "There's nothing wrong with you!" After 6 years, finally connecting with doctors and specialist who think outside the box; the diagnoses, all the medications, specialty pharmacy deliveries, complete with side-effects and Elizabeth Collins Wood takes the reader into her personal journey from knowing something isn't quite right; visiting doctor after doctor, only to be told, "There's nothing wrong with you!" After 6 years, finally connecting with doctors and specialist who think outside the box; the diagnoses, all the medications, specialty pharmacy deliveries, complete with side-effects and insurance issues; the time consuming and, sometimes, invasive and painful procedures and tests, numerous, weekly trips to clinics, imaging centers, labs, a variety of doctor’s offices and hospitals. Friends and family who chose denial and/or completely turn away, when you need support the most; the stresses and frustration at the lack of empathy, compassion and understanding; the constant need to validate and justify; isolation and loneliness that leads to seemingly endless misunderstandings and disagreements. Just when everything seemed at its darkest, Wood finds her inspiration to live and taking back her life. Wishing Well is a personal and emotional journey through the eyes of someone living with an invisible chronic illness, explained in a way that everyone can understand. A good read for those who live with illness, family and friends, doctors and specialist alike. This book will shed light on a very real struggle. Chronic illness doesn't have to mean the beginning of the end.

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