Category Archives: Recommended Reading

A book about FSH MD

Since we can all relate to neuromuscular disease experiences, let me share with you a new book about living with FSH MD called, “The Graceful Art of Falling” by L. White. You can also check out the accompanying Facebook page … Continue reading

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The Kindle makes reading easier

I like to read books but I used to find it frustrating to be reading comfortably then having to adjust myself to be able to turn a page. I never thought having muscular dystrophy would affect my reading, but it … Continue reading

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The Brain that Changes Itself

This is another brain book that I really loved. It’s probably a bit less technical than The Mind and the Brain which I also recommend but it helped me realize a big thing about dealing with muscular dystrophy — loss … Continue reading

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The Mind and the Brain

I find books about the brain fascinating because the brain is what drives every movement, decision, and reaction. I also like reading about the power of the brain because the brain doesn’t get weaker with muscle loss. It gets stronger. … Continue reading

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No Excuses: The Kyle Maynard Story

If there’s anything you think you can’t do, then this book is for you. I read it several years ago after seeing a post about it on another blog. Basically this kid was/is amazing. He had no arms and no … Continue reading

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