How to Be Sick

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Cover of 'How to Be Sick: A Buddist-Inspired Guide'. A burnt orange background with a purple butterfly in the centre. The Title of the book is in white above the butterfly, the subtitle below in purple.
Cover of How to Be Sick: A Buddist-Inspired Guide

How to Be Sick: A Buddist-Inspired Guide for the Chronically Ill and their Caregivers is by Toni Bernhard, who has a chronic illness.

From the author:

How To Be Sick: A Buddhist-Inspired Guide for the Chronically Ill and Their Caregivers is about living skillfully with the challenges of any chronic illness or condition. I wrote it for sufferers and for their caregivers (the latter includes people involved in hospice, chaplaincy, and elder care; for those interested in chronic illnesses and conditions (health professionals, family and friends); and for people interested in Buddhism (illness can function as a metaphor for suffering which, along with the cessation of suffering, is at the heart of the Buddha’s teaching).

Available in print, digital and audiobook
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US publisher: Wisdom Publications (September 2018)
Language: English

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