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Wear, Tear, & Care | Conquering Chronic Pain -                Hello! Welcome to Wear, Tear, & Care, a blog about chronic pain and related health conditions that is illustrated by my own whacky adventures in the health care system. WT&C is also an avid follower of the Oxford Comma. So, just to get this out there: I do not offer medical advice. I…

  • https://weartearandcare.com/about/ About Jennifer Kain Kilgore | Wear, Tear, & Care - My name is Jen. At the time of this writing I am 27 years old. I'm an attorney in the Boston area, and I also do a lot of writing and editing in the off-hours. I have a wonderful husband (we'll call him "Husband") a fat cat ("Fattie"), and a tight-knit family. Husband and I…
  • https://weartearandcare.com/free-stuff/ Free Stuff! | Wear, Tear, & Care - Everyone likes free stuff. Since you're a lovely person who decided to investigate this corner of the internet, please accept this coloring book page as your reward. It features Rufus, my chronic pain spirit animal, and is a teaser for an upcoming book that is illustrated by my sister and written by me!
  • https://weartearandcare.com/hire-me/ Services | Wear, Tear, & Care - I’m a writer, editor, researcher, patient advocate, and licensed attorney who specializes in helping you transition out of the traditional work force and create a passion-based business. I specialize in assisting clients with physical and mental limitations, but I am willing to work with anyone who wants to make a new business. If you’re looking for a well-rounded professional who can…
  • https://weartearandcare.com/contact/ Contact Me | Wear, Tear, & Care - Got questions? Want answers? Wanna chat? Desperate to unload heaps of mental anguish upon someone who listens pretty well? I'm not a psychiatrist. I went to law school and now I edit things. But hey, everybody needs a friend! Send an email or leave a comment; I will do my best to answer and/or chat…
  • https://weartearandcare.com/2015/02/23/lets-talk-about-wabi-sabi-kintsugi-and-invisible-illness/ Let’s Talk About Wabi Sabi, Kintsugi, and Invisible Illness | Wear, Tear, & Care - I finally caught up with a couple fragments of thought for this edition of Wear, Tear, & Care. For weeks now I've been pondering two Japanese concepts: Wabi-Sabi and Kintsugi. Wabi-Sabi: "the Japanese art of finding beauty in imperfection". Kintsugi: the art of repairing broken pottery with gold. These two Japanese practices can easily parallel the difficulties…

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  • Dreamweaver - Gotta Love Maxine!

    Always get a laugh from 'any' Maxine item and so this being said, you just have to have this calendar - you won't be disappointed if you are a 'fan'.

  • Tiki - Great book to own

    I've been a long time follower of Now I know email newsletters and I am glad the book has been published. This book is equally interesting with so many new interesting stories. I showed it to my roommates and they all loved it. It's not like your typical fact book. There are very unique stories behind the facts which make it so much more enjoyable.

  • Marilyn Jones - Excellent resource.

    Needed this as a resource for completing tax forms. As I have used this guide in the past, it met my expectations.

  • L. Perry - Great reference for psych majors

    This is a must have for anyone considering getting a graduate degree in any field of psychology. I was at one time considering a PhD in clinical psychology. I've changed direction now, but I still don't regret buying the book. At the time, it was VERY helpful in identifying those schools that I would be interested in, and also which ones I would most likely be able to get in. Each school (even in Canada) with some sort of psychology degree is listed. You can read about which degrees are offered, if they're accredited or not (very important!), what the average GPA and GRE scores are of previous accepted applicants, the financial aid given, etc. I definitely referenced this book many times in the process. It's very helpful. I'd suggest anyone considering a grad psych degree, no matter what kind, to get this book!