I have noticed the room seems a little stagnant. I'm going to attempt to introduce topics to stimulate conversation. I just finished a book called Strong at the Broken Places" voices of illness, chorus of hope by Richard M. Cohen. He intervied 5 people with various chonic illness and thier families (one of thm had chrons) I saw myself many times in the book and would recommend it to anybody here and thier families and friends. Mr. Cohen previously wrote a book about his own struggle with two bouts of colon cancer and MS calld "Blindsided". What books have you read that you can recommend to me?
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