The humorous and touching memoir of a woman whoas been seeking relief from a headache for more than two years. Jennette Fulda was riding high on the success of her first book, Half-Assed: A Weight-Loss Memoir, until one fateful day in February 2008, when she developed a headacheaand it never went away. So she dealt with it the best way she knows how: by writing about it. And eating lots of chocolate. In Chocolate and Vicodin, Jennette explores her change of identity from athe girl who lost hundreds of poundsa to athe girl who lives with constant pain, a and all sheas had to endure to try and make the pain stopafrom a bevy of expensive, time-consuming tests, which have taught her interesting facts (for example, that an MRI does indeed cost more than a European vacationaand doesnat last nearly as long), to tons of medications prescribed by her doctors to hilarious, sometimes insane advice sheas received from her blog readers. While nothingas been able to grant her relief, she has gained a new perspective. Instead of dwelling on the ainvisible tiara of nailsa she may very well wear for the rest of her life, sheas instead learned how to live with the pain, sharing with readers not only how sheas managed to get by, but to laughaand thriveain spite of it.Ia#39;ll stay for the rest of this treatment to make sure you dona#39;t have a bad reaction. I have paperwork to fill out ... I wasna#39;t sure how to use it, and I doubted the drug overdose scene in Pulp Fiction served as a reliable tutorial. I figured Nurse Joan anbsp;...
|Title||:||Chocolate & Vicodin|
|Publisher||:||Simon and Schuster - 2011-02-22|