My New Book: ‘You, Me and Hypothyroidism’ is Out!

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My new book is officially released and available to the world!

You, Me and Hypothyroidism: When Someone You Love Has Hypothyroidism

You, Me and Hypothyroidism Book Cover

The Amazon Top 10 Bestseller and #1 New Release!

It is available as an eBook as well as paperback, and you can find it on Amazon as well as in my Facebook shop (signed copies and bundles).

I will be posting reviews and praise from various other thyroid advocates, doctors and others in the thyroid industry on Instagram and Facebook, as well as snippets from the book.

Included in the book:

  • Easy to understand information on what hypothyroidism is and how it affects your spouse, friend or family member
  • Ways in which you can best support the person you know with hypothyroidism to get them back to good health
  • Information and practical advice on fertility issues, mental health, changes in sex drive, managing social events, dietary changes, housework and more, when your loved one has hypothyroidism
  • Support for your own mental health and wellbeing while supporting someone else

The summary:

Frustrated that there isn’t enough resources and information out there for the loved ones of those with hypothyroidism, Rachel Hill of The Invisible Hypothyroidism began writing articles on her website for them, before also writing a dedicated book with her husband.

The first resource for friends, family and other loved ones of thyroid patients, this book is a comprehensive and much-needed tool which compiles all the information you need in order to ensure your relationship doesn’t suffer at the hands of this ‘invisible illness’.

A book written by award-winning thyroid patient advocate Rachel Hill, founder of The Invisible Hypothyroidism and her husband and longterm partner Adam Gask, it provides both perspectives of a thyroid condition diagnosis: the patient and their loved one.

Although hypothyroidism can certainly feel like an unwelcome third wheel in a relationship, it needn’t be forever. Learn not only how to overcome this change to both of your lives, but also how it can instead strengthen your relationship.

This book will help to save relationships as it guides more people towards thriving through mutual understanding of the condition, whether you’re a romantic partner, family member, friend, a work colleague, parent or someone else.

Get it now on Amazon

or a signed copy from my Facebook Shop here.

You can also buy this book along with my first, in a bundle here

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