Presentation on theme: "Mary Ellen Copelands work in the Key Concepts of WRAP states, You can get well and stay well for long periods of time. It is wonderful for me to have."— Presentation transcript:
Mary Ellen Copelands work in the Key Concepts of WRAP states, You can get well and stay well for long periods of time. It is wonderful for me to have WRAP as a way of life that encourages me to be proactive about challenges by creating Action Plans and developing self awareness.
Mary Ellen Copeland in WRAP states, sometimes it is about taking back control you have lost. I am in charge!
Getting the facts Planning your strategy, Gathering support, Targeting your efforts. In WRAP means setting personal goals & working toward meeting them by:
Chronic Illness Commonalities Online Support and Social Networking Fighting Back and Organizing against your disease WRAP Support groups are a mutual learning experience that encourage us to get together and support each other based on good values and ethics.
My wife cant wake me up Starvation and The Niagara Effect Eyes rolling back into my head High Hemoglobin ha1c count
Diabetic Emergencies New Symptoms and Challenges
Picking up the pieces Not giving up The power of expectations
If you dont find time for wellness sooner or later you will have to find time for illness. - Edward Stanley
Resources An online community of people whose lives have been touched by Diabetes run by the Diabetes Hands Foundation:http://www.tudiabetes.orghttp://www.tudiabetes.org WRAP Around The World: http://wraparoundtheworld.comhttp://wraparoundtheworld.com Pew Internet and American Life study: http://www.nytimes.com/2010/03/25/technology/25disable.html? hpw http://www.nytimes.com/2010/03/25/technology/25disable.html? hpw Copeland Center www.copelandcenter.comwww.copelandcenter.com Erics WRAP Corner http://ericswrapcorner.wordpress.com/http://ericswrapcorner.wordpress.com/ Available at www.mhrecovery.comwww.mhrecovery.com –The Worry Control Workbook by Mary Ellen Copepland –Fibromyalgia & Chronic Myofascial Pain by Mary Ellen Copeland