The Chronic Pain Couple

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The struggle to maintain joy and a fulfilling relationship while coping with chronic illness and pain is a serious problem for millions of people today. Australian health entrepreneur Karra Eloff has drawn on academic research and her own pursuit of joy in spite of suffering to develop this trailblazing, compassionate, low-energy and practical path to a remarkable new normal, delivering much-needed solutions to couples living with one partner’s chronic pain.


 

SPECIFICATIONS:   Hardback with Jacket | 229 x 152 mm  | 372 Pages | 9781922539212

Karra Eloff is a young Australian health professional, speaker & entrepreneur dedicated to helping suffering people find joy. She is the managing director and co-founder of three private psychology clinics on the East Coast of Australia. She is also the founder of The Chronic Pain Couple, an organisation that delivers practical support to people with chronic pain and their loved one. Karra is a wife, mother, and former speech pathologist who featured as a regular guest panellist on the TV talk show Be That. Karra herself suffers from long-term chronic pain and her personal experience, along with research and work with clients, led her to develop a blueprint to enable any couple living with chronic pain to achieve joy, success and a remarkable relationship.

The struggle to maintain joy & a fulfilling relationship while coping with chronic illness and pain is a serious problem for millions of people today. Australian entrepreneur and health professional Karra Eloff draws on academic research and her own pursuit of joy in spite of suffering to bring this trailblazing, compassionate, low-energy and practical path to a remarkable new normal, for you and your chosen human/partner.

On average, one in five adults suffer from chronic pain. In older people, the number rises to three in five. Most of these people don’t realise they don’t have to settle for a survival-based coexistence with their partner or bury their hopes for success and joy under a mountain of heat packs or duvets.

Chronic illness or pain, according to Karra, need not hold you back from experiencing personal joy and success. It is possible to forge a path to remarkable—to move the dial of a relationship challenged with chronic pain from embattled and exhausted to joyful and passion-filled.

This is possible through small, practical changes that require little energy but make a big impact in the areas of:

  • Communication
  • Mental health
  • Intimacy
  • Personal Success

If you experience chronic pain or love someone with a chronic illness this book is for you. If you are a health professional seeking practical advice for people with chronic pain, this book is for you

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