FIGHT LIKE A MOTHER is a survival guide, offering personal stories, practical advice, tips, and resources on how to be a mom with a chronic illness. Full of the kind of candid advice you would expect from your BFF, this book gives parents with chronic illness hope, help, and a good laugh.

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Fight Like a Mother: How to Be a Mom With a Chronic Illness


Fight Like a Mother is honest and chock full of practical
advice. I particularly like how Joslyne Decker shares
personal stories that make her experiences come alive. She
never passes up the opportunity to bring a smile to her
readers’ faces as they’re learning from her wise and
practical suggestions. Bottom line: this short book packs a
-Toni Bernhard, author of How to Be Sick: A Buddhist-Inspired

“A useful guide for chronically ill parents, written with intense honesty and best-girlfriend humor. This book should be handed out upon diagnosis.”
-Alicia King, Mother of two, author of Healing: The Essential Guide to Helping Others Overcome Grief & LossFighter of Sphincter of Oddi Dysfunction

“Practical tips that all Chronically Awesome patients need all in one place, and in a voice we all can access without falling asleep! I will be recommending this book to friends and members of my foundation.”
-Julianna Shapiro, Mother of one, Founder and Executive Director of the Chronically Awesome Foundation, Fighter of Bipolar, Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, Fibromyalgia, Osteoarthritis,

“This book is at once funny, practical, helpful and hopeful. It is full of the right kind of information to help yourself and/or your loved ones.”
-Kate, Mother of two, Fighter of Depression

“This book is full of practical, doable ideas and suggestions that are not only useful but will make you smile and laugh out loud. Every doctor office that deals with chronically ill patients needs to have this book!”
-Janet, Mother of three, Grandmother of three, Fighter of Lupus

“While I know the book specifically speaks to Mom’s with chronic illness, I think it resonates with anyone who has experienced times when life sucks and you can’t do a damned thing about it other than put on that cape and get through it.”
-G., Mother of two


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    1. joslyne Post author

      Hi Chere’! Thanks for this amazing comment!!!! It makes me soooo happy to know that my book was helpful. You are most definitely not alone. xx


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