.And welcome to the world of wild cats. Perhaps you've known a feral or two throughout your life. You're pretty lucky if you haven't. This revealing memoir is a vivid resource for coping with catty woman and other exotic human species whose behaviors resemble ruthless animals of the wild. These are candid vignettes about withering in the heat of emotional terrorism and how to survive it. You will see what it means to silently cope in an inner world of erroneous inadequacies and self-deprecation. Have you ever wondered what goes through the mind of someone you've felt embarrassed for? Someone who's been scrutinized or outcasted? And not a celebrity or a president.but an ordinary person, like you? Have you ever wondered how someone who was taunted at school made it through their days? Maybe you were one of them and will strongly relate to these tenacious struggles. Maybe you were able to rise above it with fiery wisdom and strength and remained unscathed. Or maybe you dreadfully observed others in dismay; perhaps you bravely went to bat for the taunted. .or maybe you were once a feral, too. "This is about retaining your equilibrium when you're ready to fall apart at the seams. This is about how truly distorted your self-perception can become, the wicked games people can play, the importance of clarity, and how valuable laughter truly is."
This title is also a section found in the book titled: "Common Murmurs, Arrhythmias and Myopathies of the Heart," with this resource being made available to readers specficially interested in the Mitral Valve rolapse Syndrome subject. DECSRIPTION OF THIS TITLE: Mitral Valve Prolapse is a heart murmur found commonly in the general public and can cause heart palpitations, orthostatic hypotension (dizziness upon standing), other symptoms of an imbalanced nervous system and anxiety/panic symptoms. Medical Research studies have found it to be even more common in thyroid disease patients, especially those with autoimmune types of thyroid disorders. It is also believed to be about 5 times more common in females than in males. Many people with MVP do not experience symptoms while those who do are termed as having "MVP-Syndrome." The condition can also cause an imbalance in the "involuntary nervous system" (dysautonomia) and has been associated with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome in some patients who have it. This book can help to provide the reader with a general education regarding the symptoms, diagnosis and treatment of this very common "click heart murmur." This book (approx. 7,590 words in length) is not intended to be an extensive medical manual but contains information most often sought by laypersons on the subject. CONTENTS: CHAPTER ONE: How MVP-Syndrome May Manifest CHAPTER TWO: Basics about Mitral Valve Prolapse Syndrome CHAPTER THREE: More about MVP Symptoms CHAPTER FOUR: More about Orthostatic Hypotension CHAPTER FIVE: More about Treament for Mitral Valve Prolapse CHAPTER SIX: Strong Association of Thyroid Disease to MVP CHAPTER SEVEN: Book Review: MVPS-Dysautonomia Survival Guide CHAPTER EIGHT: MVP a Medical cause of Anxiety Symptoms CHAPTER NINE: Coping with MVP-caused Panic Attacks and Severe Anxiety Episodes
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