Book Reviews, How To Heal A Bruise

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I’m so happy and proud to be celebrating¬†HOW TO HEAL A BRUISE‘s 1st Birthday. It is one year of the book being out there in the world, and to celebrate I’ve been looking through reviews.

The book is AMAZING! It’s so easy to relate too. I read the titles of the chapters and was positive I hadn’t been through that phase, then after reading it in more detail, the realisation sank in that I had, I just hadn’t realised it.

It is honestly brilliant. Thank you for writing it! I think it will be a massive help to all ITP suffers and their family and friends.

Meghan’s book is filled with all kinds of important information on Immune Thrombocytopenia, even a detailed history of how it was discovered. I highly recommend this book for anyone who has ITP or knows someone with this blood disorder. It will change the way you look at the disease and empower you to take a more proactive approach with your health.

“How to Heal a bruise” is a must read for anyone diagnosed with ITP. It should be prescribed by the doctors and as early as possible to avoid feeling terribly alone, disillusioned and helpless

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by Meg

Meghan Brewster is a writer and blogger. She is an ITP patient and launched ITP&Me in 2011. She is a coffee lover and a try hard dancer. @meghan_brewster

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