IDA In Books

booksThe Invisible Disabilities Association has been in hundreds of newsletters, newspaper articles, magazines, website articles and books. We lost count several years ago as to how many we have appeared in, but here are just a few of the books that have listed us as a resource or have quoted us.

 

Being Sick Well, by Jeffrey Boyd, MD wrote about IDA in his section called, Strategy Twenty: Use Your Suffering to Help Others in 2005.

Chronic Illness Tips: 263 ways to more than “just get by.” Available to download for FREE! Tips adapted  from IDA’s booklet, “But You LOOK Good!”  into a collaborative project by NICIAW Founder, Lisa Copen.

God Made Only One of Me by Dr. Diane Dike listed IDA in their resource section in 2008. The book is available through Second Chance with Saving Grace.

Inside Every Chronic Patient is An Acute Patient Wondering What Happened by Marcus Brown Ph.D contained information about IDA’s outreach which was published in the Journal of Clinical Psychology on November, 11, 2002.

Living Beyond Multiple Sclerosis by Judith Lynn Nichols, listed IDA in their Resources section in 2000.

Sick and Tired of Feeling Sick and Tired by Paul J. Donoghue, Ph.D. and Mary E. Siegel, Ph.D., listed IDA in their Resources section in 2000.

Striking Back! The Trigeminal Neuralgia and Face Pain, by George Weigel quoted from our book, But You LOOK Good! in their “Helping People” chapter. The book is available through the Trigeminal Neuralgia Association. 2004.

Why Can’t I Make People Understand? by Lisa Copen quoted from our book, But You LOOK Good! in 2004. The book is available through Rest Ministries.

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