Kathryn's Story

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Autumn House, 1995 - Myalgic encephalomyelitis - 111 pages

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I read this book a long time ago and I still have it as one of my treasures.
Kathryn writes naturally, giving a good insight into the insidious nature of the debilitating and life-changing
condition, M.E.
She speaks in a down to earth way of how she was affected by the illness itself and her subsequent healing through prayer.
Although Kathryn herself is a Christian, the book is written in such a way that it appeals to anyone suffering this condition themselves or knows someone who does.
It is sad, happy, inspiring, uplifting, encouraging and very well written for a girl of Kathryns age.


CONTENTS Introduction
Kathryn talk to me
ME gets a grip

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