TOUCHED BY LYME: Huffington Post reviews my Lyme disease book
I’ve written other books before. But none that I am prouder of than the one I co-wrote with Sandy Berenbaum called When Your Child Has Lyme Disease: A Parent’s Survival Guide. It grew out of my family’s lived experience of Lyme–and my co-author’s work of helping many families survive their lives with Lyme.
So I am honored today to find that our book has struck a chord with Huffington Post columnist John McCormick, who also happens to be the parent of a child with Lyme disease.
As he writes in his review of our book:
When my son Will was first diagnosed with Lyme disease in 2009, my wife and I didn’t have a clue what Lyme was or what was in store for our family. For starters, we thought all Lyme cases could be cured with a short course of antibiotics. But when Will’s symptoms persisted after a three-week treatment, we were faced with an array of questions for which we had no answers.
And if you are so moved, I’d be thrilled if you’d leave a comment at the end of his Huffington Post blog. And please share it with your friends.
TOUCHED BY LYME is written by Dorothy Kupcha Leland, LymeDisease.org’s VP for Education and Outreach. She is co-author of When Your Child Has Lyme Disease: A Parent’s Survival Guide. Contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org. On Twitter, she’s @dorothyleland.