WHAT IT TAKES TO BE ‘LIVING WITH FIBROMYALGIA’ BY CALVIN EATON

Calvin Eaton is a twenty-seven-year-old special educator and writer. He was born in Lockhart, Texas, and raised in Rochester, New York. In the fall of 2010, he was diagnosed with the debilitating illnesses of fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome. Since then, he has made it his life’s mission to raise awareness and public understanding of chronic pain, and other “invisible” illnesses.Currently residing in Nashville, Tennessee, Calvin is a vegan, and gluten-free “foodie,” who enjoys cooking, baking, running, and swimming as often as his health permits

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Publisher: Living with Fibro Press

Publication Date: 1/15/2013

ISBN-13(e-book): 9780615884370

Price: $2.99

Through his first book of poetry, author Calvin Eaton provides a message of hope, inspiration, and empowerment to those living with the effects of chronic illness.In the fall of 2010, Calvin Eaton was diagnosed with the debilitating illnesses of fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome. Since then, he has made it his life’s mission to raise awareness and public understanding of chronic pain, and other “invisible” illnesses.

Follow his amazing journey on his blog: http://www.livingwithfibroblog.com

Review: Calvin has done an excellent job expressing feelings for all of us whom have this dreaded illness. Just because we look OK on the outside doesn’t mean we are. We deal with excruciating pain and other symptoms day in day out and Calvin hits the same feelings of many!!! Way to go Calvin

Viola

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