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❮Ebook❯ ➮ Sick ➯ Author Porochista Khakpour – Cutabovebarberagency.co.uk In the tradition of Brain on Fire and Darkness Visible an honest beautifully rendered memoir of chronic illness misdiagnosis addiction and the myth of full recovery that details author Porochista KhakEbook Sick Author Porochista Khakpour Cutabovebarberagencycouk In the tradition of Brain on Fire and Darkness Visible an honest beautifully rendered memoir of chronic illness misdiagnosis addiction and the myth of full recovery that details author Porochista Khak In the tradition of Brain on Fire and Darkness Visible an honest beautifully rendered memoir of chronic illness misdiagnosis addiction and the myth of full recovery that details author Porochista Khakpour's struggles with late stage Lyme diseaseFor as long as writer Porochista Khakpour can remember she has been Sick For

Most of that time she didn't know why All of her trips to the ER and her daily anguish pain and lethargy only ever resulted in one uestion How could any one person be this Sick? Several drug addictions three major hospitalizations and over later she finally had a diagnosis late stage Lyme disease Sick is Khakpour's arduous emotional journey—as a woman a writer and a lifelong sufferer of undiagnosed health problems—through the chronic illness that perpetually left her a victim of anxiety living a life stymied by an unknown conditionDivided by settings Khakpour guides the reader through her illness by way of the loca

sick ebok Sick eBookMost of that time she didn't know why All of her trips to the ER and her daily anguish pain and lethargy only ever resulted in one uestion How could any one person be this Sick? Several drug addictions three major hospitalizations and over later she finally had a diagnosis late stage Lyme disease Sick is Khakpour's arduous emotional journey—as a woman a writer and a lifelong sufferer of undiagnosed health problems—through the chronic illness that perpetually left her a victim of anxiety living a life stymied by an unknown conditionDivided by settings Khakpour guides the reader through her illness by way of the loca

eBook Porochista Khakpour ✓ Sick MOBI ç ✓ Porochista Khakpour is the author of the memoir Sick Harper Perennial June —a “Most Anticipated Book of ” according to HuffPost Bustle Bitch Nylon Volume Brooklyn The Rumpus and She also authored the novels The Last Illusion Bloomsbury —a Best Book of the Year according to NPR Kirkus Buzzfeed Popmatters Electric Literature and — and Sons and Other F.

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  • Hannah

    eBook Porochista Khakpour ✓ Sick MOBI ç ✓ sick ebok, Sick eBookThis might be my biggest reading disappointment of the year so far I have been looking forward to this book for ages and when it finally arrived I jumped straight into reading it I find the story Porochista Khakpour tells of illness that went years without a diagnosis about racism and sexism in medicine about addiction and losing oneself so very very important and relevant but the execution just did not work for me I found the structure of the book unhelpful the jumping back and forth sometimes within the same paragraph difficult to follow and frustrating even though I can see how that could have worked wonderfullyShe says in the acknowledgments that she stripped h


  • Julie Ehlers

    eBook Porochista Khakpour ✓ Sick MOBI ç ✓ sick ebok, Sick eBookGiven that an official diagnosis doesn't come until 40 pages from the end Sick is less a memoir about having Lyme disease than a memoir about having a mysterious illness that baffles doctors results in a lot of inappropriate and expensive treatments and is routinely viewed as purely psychological an infuriatingly common scenario for women For that reason alone this book is valuable Indeed because of my interest in the topic I broke my new resolution to avoid current memoirs in order to read Sick But ultimately I wish I hadn't I guess I thought because Khakpour is an acclaimed novelist this memoir would be better than the others I've encountered lately but that wasn't the case Although t


  • Jessie

    eBook Porochista Khakpour ✓ Sick MOBI ç ✓ sick ebok, Sick eBookI think that books about chronic illness and the experiences of women of colour accessing healthcare are essential but I did not like this book Here’s the thing I think that explorations of trauma and illness of gender and illness of race and illness are all so important I think exploring women’s illness and illnesses such as Lyme and calling out how they are often characterized as psychiatric is needed I think that avoiding narratives of sick then well of triumph over what is in fact just a stage of life and inevitable outcome of living is good This book was too much of a hot mess I think that this was largely due to poor writing and editing Khakpour was not well when she wrote and writing was one of the challenges she identified during periods of illness But where was her editor in all of this? I foun


  • Sarah

    eBook Porochista Khakpour ✓ Sick MOBI ç ✓ sick ebok, Sick eBookI'm only giving this 1 star because there isn't the option of giving it zero starsThis book isugh It promotes so


  • Kerry

    eBook Porochista Khakpour ✓ Sick MOBI ç ✓ sick ebok, Sick eBookA hot mess of cluster b melodrama and pseudoscientific word saladRead Lying a metaphorical memoir by Lauren Slater instead


  • Carrie Poppy

    eBook Porochista Khakpour ✓ Sick MOBI ç ✓ sick ebok, Sick eBookIt’s hard to summarize Sick as one thing As an exercise in beautiful writing it is a five star book As a memoir it is profound and selective escaping all those traps of a person telling her own story none of the usual weight of narratives that mean much to the teller and little to the listener But for better or worse Sick carries another burden it is a book about illness and in particular an illness that is often over diagnosed and misunderstood The author believes she has “chronic Lyme


  • Susannah

    eBook Porochista Khakpour ✓ Sick MOBI ç ✓ sick ebok, Sick eBook“I sometimes wonder if I would have been less sick if I had a home”


  • Canadian Reader

    eBook Porochista Khakpour ✓ Sick MOBI ç ✓ sick ebok, Sick eBook ”the deal with so many chronic illnesses is that most people don’t want to believe you They will tell you that you look great that it might be in your head that it is likely stress that everything will be okay None of these are the right thing to say to someone whose entire existence is a fairly consistent torture of the body and mind They say it because they are well intentioned usually because they wish you the best but they also say it because you make them uncomfortable Your existence is evidence of death and no one needs to keep seeing that ”For those who might not be familiar with the condition Lyme disease is caused by b


  • Madeleine

    eBook Porochista Khakpour ✓ Sick MOBI ç ✓ sick ebok, Sick eBookI do not have cohesive thoughts about this book I cannot and I may never I can't decide if I want to give it 4 or 5 stars or whether I loved it or hated it or thought it was good or bad writing or why I consistently want to treat life in binary or why any of this matters in the endI know two things1 I could not read this for than small stretches at a time Once it sent me into a hot and prickl


  • Lauren Halster

    eBook Porochista Khakpour ✓ Sick MOBI ç ✓ sick ebok, Sick eBookAnyone interested in this book absolutely has to read this review in the New York Review of books by an actual doctor this memoir might be interesting it's an exercise in delusion and it might well do damage than good in the world As this review puts it to insist beyond all plausibility that one’s suffering is related to a tick bite is not feminist; it’s absurd And to prey on suffering people who crave that certainty offering th


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