ï Alive & Whole Amputation:Emotional Recovery î Download by ☆ Dee Malchow

ï Alive & Whole Amputation:Emotional Recovery î Download by ☆ Dee Malchow We had a freak accident suddenly affect a loved one leaving him with 1 arm after all was said and done He is an able bodied mid 40s male who suddenly will depend on everyone else to complete his daily living tasks That was incredibly hard to grasp I ordered this book and a few others to leave in the waiting room during our 4 weeks in ICU the book made its way through 4 or 5 people a day and each family ordered their own copy It was a great resource for this new event in our lives We appreciated the perspective of the afflicted and it helped change the perspective of those who wanted to help and be suuportive.
Great book for amputees I ve been in the club for 25 years and have known Dee since the start She really helped me and many, manyamputees go down this road that nobody is prepared for I m so glad this book is out for all to learn from and get some tips along the way.
Having my leg amputated almost a year ago has dramatically changed my life There are so many things to learn and deal with I just finished reading Alive Whole and found it extremely helpful It confirmed some things I suspected and gave me plenty of new things to think about I heartily recommend this book to anyone who has undergone, or is facing, an amputation, as well as their family members Dee s book is easy to read and has a great blend of factual information and personal accounts I appreciate that she has first hand experience as an amputee herself and as a nurse dealing with amputees what a wonderful perspective I personally found the book very helpful in understanding the personal journey I ve been traveling I will be recommending this book to others that I know.
Dee, I finished your beautifully written book I couldn t help drawing parallels between losing a limb and loss of function on my left side due to multiple strokes The major difference is that I still have all my fingers and toes, although, when I go for a doctor s appointment, I use a wheelchair, which elicits stigmas and stares, which I ignore Your book was written with such loving care It would inspire amputees to flourish as you have It is jam packed with helpful reference points for anyone going through a loss of limb or loss of function due to brain trauma.
wonderful book for all

I ve recently become an amputee after a traumatic accident with my horse Reading this book helped me know that many of my thoughts and questions were normal.
hubby says this is about a teenager and he is 65 so not the same this is a book worth reading if you are going to have, or have had an amputation.
It is to the point the advice given is an amputee herself so she knows what and has learnt how to deal with the complexities of having a life changing event.
i cannot recommend this book enough We had a freak accident suddenly affect a loved one leaving him with 1 arm after all was said and done He is an able bodied mid 40s male who suddenly will depend on everyone else to complete his daily living tasks That was incredibly hard to grasp I ordered this book and a few others to leave in the waiting room during our 4 weeks in ICU the book made its way through 4 or 5 people a day and each family ordered their own copy It was a great resource for this new event in our lives We appreciated the perspective of the afflicted and it helped change the perspective of those who wanted to help and be suuportive.
Losing A Limb Will Impact Every Aspect Of A Person S Life This Book Describes The Emotional Process That A Person May Experience In Adjusting To Limb Loss Based On The Author S Own Story And Professional Experience, It Also Includes Input From Many Other AmputeesDee Malchow Is An Amputation Nurse Specialist Who Underwent A Below Knee Amputation At AgeFrom A Boating Accident Since Then Dee Has Interacted With OverAmputees Through Her Job, Skiing, Soccer, Mission Work In Sierra Leone, And Prosthetic Research She Received Her Bachelor S And Master S Degree In Nursing At The University Of WashingtonDee Is Married To Jim Malchow And Lives North Of Seattle, Washington They Have Two Grown Married Children Who Have Provided Them With Eight Delightful Grandchildren See At Dee Malchow, RN Writes With Wisdom, Emotion And Incredible Insight Her Book, Based On Her Own Experience, And In Providing Care And Support To Thousands Of Others With Limb Loss, Provides Help And Guidance To Those With Amputation As An Orthopaedic Surgeon, Who Has Worked Closely With Dee Over The Years, I Continue To Learn From Her About How Individuals Cope, Heal, Struggle, And Succeed She Has Certainly Taught Me Than Anyone Else About Being Alive And WholeDouglas G Smith, MD, Professor Of Orthopaedic Surgery, University Of WashingtonDee Malchow Is An Amputation Nurse Specialist Who Underwent A Below Knee Amputation At AgeFrom A Boating Accident Since Then Dee Has Interacted With OverAmputees Through Her Job, Skiing, Soccer, Mission Work In Sierra Leone, And Prosthetic Research She Received Her Bachelor S And Master S Degree In Nursing At The University Of Washington Dee Is Married To Jim Malchow And Lives North Of Seattle, Washington They Have Two Grown Married Children Who Have Provided Them With Eight Delightful Grandchildren See AtLosing A Limb Will Impact Every Aspect Of A Person S Life This Book Describes The Emotional Process That A Person May Experience In Adjusting To Limb Loss Based On The Author S Own Story And Professional Experience, It Also Includes Input From Many Other AmputeesDee Malchow Is An Amputation Nurse Specialist Who Underwent A Below Knee Amputation At AgeFrom A Boating Accident Since Then Dee Has Interacted With OverAmputees Through Her Job, Skiing, Soccer, Mission Work In Sierra Leone, And Prosthetic Research She Received Her Bachelor S And Master S Degree In Nursing At The University Of WashingtonDee Is Married To Jim Malchow And Lives North Of Seattle, Washington They Have Two Grown Married Children Who Have Provided Them With Eight Delightful Grandchildren See At Dee Malchow, RN Writes With Wisdom, Emotion And Incredible Insight Her Book, Based On Her Own Experience, And In Providing Care And Support To Thousands Of Others With Limb Loss, Provides Help And Guidance To Those With Amputation As An Orthopaedic Surgeon, Who Has Worked Closely With Dee Over The Years, I Continue To Learn From Her About How Individuals Cope, Heal, Struggle, And Succeed She Has Certainly Taught Me Than Anyone Else About Being Alive And WholeDouglas G Smith, MD, Professor Of Orthopaedic Surgery, University Of WashingtonDee Malchow Is An Amputation Nurse Specialist Who Underwent A Below Knee Amputation At AgeFrom A Boating Accident Since Then Dee Has Interacted With OverAmputees Through Her Job, Skiing, Soccer, Mission Work In Sierra Leone, And Prosthetic Research She Received Her Bachelor S And Master S Degree In Nursing At The University Of Washington Dee Is Married To Jim Malchow And Lives North Of Seattle, Washington They Have Two Grown Married Children Who Have Provided Them With Eight Delightful Grandchildren See At