New Workshops from Alida Brill
Please join me in exploring how we can live a life beyond the boundaries of our illnesses and diagnoses. Though chronic illness challenges, interrupts and frequently diminishes the experience of life, chronic disease can also teach us how to live more fully.
Navigating Life with Chronic Illness: A Tool Box
A Narrative of Your Own: Writing About Your Experience of Illness
The Workshops are held in Manhattan, where Alida makes her home. Space is
limited. For details, contact her at Alidabrill@aol.com.
All participants will be given a copy of Dancing at the River’s Edge: A Patientand Her Doctor Negotiate Life with Chronic Illness.
Alida Brill is the co-author (with Dr. Michael Lockshin) of Dancing At The River’s Edge: A Patient and Her Doctor Negotiate Life with Chronic Illness. Alida advocates for women and girls with chronic illness. She has spoken at numerous meetings, conferences and at medical schools and colleges, and has appeared on television, radio and on podcasts.
She lives with an atypical form of Granulomatosis with Polyangitis (GPA), previously known as Wegener’s Granulomatosis with Vasculitis.
Her other books include: Dear Princess Grace, Dear Betty: The Memoir of A Romantic Feminist (2016 Nautilus Award Silver Medal); Nobody’s Business: The Paradox of Privacy; Dimensions of Tolerance: What Americans Believe About Civil Liberties (with Herbert McClosky); A Rising Public Voice: Women In Politics Worldwide (editor). Alida has also published essays, monographs and articles on American culture and politics.
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