Just Like Life,
By Dana Snyder-Grant
Living with illness is about living with difference and accepting oneself in the process. It's about living with vulnerability and being susceptible to loss and hurt; it is Just Like Life, Only More So.
For anyone who has a chronic illness or knows someone who does.
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Dana Snyder-Grant, LICSW, is a clinical social worker, specializing in chronic illness and disability. She provides individual and group psychotherapy at Eliot Community Human Services in Concord, facilitates groups for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society and writes and speaks on her specialty. Dana is also a trainer of mental health professionals for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society's program, Psychosocial Intervention in Multiple Sclerosis: Strategies for Mental Health Professionals. Dana is a member of a Stone Center study group for women with chronic illness/disability applying relational theory to the experience of women with illness and disability. She is coauthor of "Women with Chronic Illness: Overcoming Disconnection." Stone Center Working Paper No. 80 (Wellesley, MA: Wellesley College), 1999.
Dana was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 1981. She is the author of numerous newspaper columns and essays about living in community, living with illness and disability, and other social issues.