All posts tagged: Dying to Live

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Shattered Lives: Amy Susan Crohn, Dying to Live

SHATTERED LIVES with Donna R. Gore, “LadyJustice” Examining the effects of those who have survived violent crime and how it has impacted their lives. Real people, real tragedy, real help. Saturdays at 5pm ET Listen LIVE:  CLICK HERE Lives are shattered every day, in a myriad of ways. The guest this week on Shattered Lives is Amy Susan Crohn,  author of DYING TO LIVE: Running backwards through cancer, Lupus and chronic illness, the memoir of a woman whose survival instincts will inspire anyone faced with adversity. Descended from a blended family, with two eccentric parents, and the legacy of being the grand neice of Dr. Burrill B. Crohn, a leading gastroenterologist whose work greatly advanced the understanding of ileitis -also known as Crohn’s disease at Mt. Sinai Hospital, Amy’s childhood was often filled with wonder and anxiety. The details of her childhood lead up to the crescendo, her body completely broken, and diagnosis of two life altering diseases at age 36. DYING TO LIVE recounts Amy’s childhood and how events in her upbringing led to deadly disease and several medical emergencies in her …

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Amy Susan Crohn: A Taste of Wine, A Good Book, and FREE Kindle Giveaway!

August 5-9 readers are treated to a FREE Kindle download of DYING TO LIVE: Running backwards through cancer, Lupus, and chronic illness by Amy Susan Crohn. Amy Susan Crohn not only survived a neglected childhood, she survived stage IV cancer and Lupus, a near death experience, and the ravages of chemotherapy and it’s aftermath. Descended from a blended family, with two eccentric parents, and the legacy of being the grand neice of Dr. Burrill B. Crohn, a leading gastroenterologist whose work greatly advanced the understanding of ileitis -also known as Crohn’s disease at Mt. Sinai Hospital, Amy’s childhood was often filled with wonder and anxiety. The details of her childhood lead up to the crescendo, her body completely broken, and diagnosis of two life altering diseases at age 36. DYING TO LIVE recounts Amy’s childhood and how events in her upbringing led to deadly disease and several medical emergencies in her adulthood. Not only is DYING TO LIVE Amy’s story and memoir, it is the story of countless millions of others suffering from chronic illness and no answer to why. Although …

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Author Amy Susan Crohn Guest on Murphy’s Law, Safety First with Tracey Murphy

Murphy”s Law with Tracey Murphy hosts Author, Amy Susan Crohn Monday, July 1 at 8pm. Listen to the show live or to the podcast! Author Amy Susan Crohn‘s recently released book, Dying to Live: Running backwards through cancer, Lupus, and chronic illness relates how neglect and abuse within her childhood became the catalyst for disease in her adulthood. Descended from a blended family, with two eccentric parents, and the legacy of being the grand neice of Dr. Burrill B. Crohn, a leading gastroenterologist whose work greatly advanced the understanding of ileitis -also known as Crohn’s disease at Mt. Sinai Hospital, Amy’s childhood was often filled with wonder and anxiety. The details of her childhood lead up to the crescendo, her body completely broken, and diagnosis of two life altering diseases at age 36. Much of the discussion surrounds the issue of how childhood maltreatment, in the form of neglect or abuse,  leading to damages in the body which can manifest themselves later in life in the form of devastating diseases and compromising immune systems. Many of Amy’s later medical events …

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DYING TO LIVE: Author Amy Susan Crohn Presents to NJ Book Club

DYING TO LIVE: Running backwards through cancer, Lupus and chronic illness is considerably more than a “story” about one woman’s struggle to live, it’s her reality. Amy Susan Crohn was invited to present her recently launched book, DYING TO LIVE,  to a book club in Tom’s River, NJ.  She spoke to the group about the long and arduous process of writing her book, the experience of taking her story back and forth in time, as well as publishing and releasing the book. Many of the questions put forth to Amy were about her experiences within the medical community, her treatment through her early years, especially about doctors who tend to be dismissive of the ailments of women, oftentimes diagnosed as nothing more than stress. Descended from a blended family, with two eccentric parents, and the legacy of being the grand neice of Dr. Burrill B. Crohn, a leading gastroenterologist whose work greatly advanced the understanding of ileitis -also known as Crohn’s disease at Mt. Sinai Hospital, Amy’s childhood was often filled with wonder and anxiety. The details of her childhood …