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Learn From Experience A Guide for Mature Adults

Learn From Experience A Guide for Mature Adults

B2B Book Series

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Book Details
The second installment in the B2B book series is called Learn From Experience: A Guide for Mature Adults. It provides the mature adult with some helpful knowledge to make informed life decisions and to remain healthy not only today, but also in the years ahead. It encourages planning for continued success in living with hemophilia B.

Learn From Experience A Guide for Mature Adults

B2B Book Series

Select one of the download options, and take the book with you wherever you go.
Book Details
The second installment in the B2B book series is called Learn From Experience: A Guide for Mature Adults. It provides the mature adult with some helpful knowledge to make informed life decisions and to remain healthy not only today, but also in the years ahead. It encourages planning for continued success in living with hemophilia B.
  • “I try to foster healthy self-esteem by trying new things with the confidence of a survivor and the wisdom of a mature bleeder. Chronic illness is a blessing when its management is just part of life.”
    Paul B.
    Patient
  • “I think it is so important to make the chronic illness a nondefining part of life. My daughter has hemophilia B, but that certainly isn’t the most important thing I want people to know about her. We’ve worked hard to make sure we keep hemophilia B in a place of balance in our lives.”
    Becky V.
    Caregiver
  • “I strongly encourage other caregivers to get involved. This gives you the tools and strength to better advocate for your care. It also provides that all-important support system.”
    Nina D.
    Caregiver
  • “I go to my hematologist with the direct intent of discussing my treatment plan and product; not empty minded, waiting for instruction.”
    Felix G.
    Patient
  • “Walking is particularly difficult, so I limp in private and swagger in public.”
    Paul B.
    Patient