Dealing with Disability provides invaluable advice for dealing with the troubles of life and gaining acceptance of what cannot be changed. It is written primarily for people who have recently become disabled and their relatives to help them gain confidence and do their best in dealing with their change in circumstances.
This inspiring book is based on the author’s experience in becoming disabled herself as a result of complications following a heart operation. It focuses on developing the right mental attitude towards handicap and still have a good life. It discusses avoiding negative thoughts and developing perseverance, and how to move on from trauma and let go of anger, blame and regret.
Inside this book is a mix of psychological information and practical advice, while providing the supportive, scientific background for the information given, and the sources of evidence. It mentions useful strategies, exercises, treatments and devices. It also contains encouraging quotations from well-known people with physical disabilities.