Author Carol Sveilich just released a unique book on coping with chronic illness and pain entitled "JUST FINE: Unmasking Concealed Chronic Illness and Pain." It features candid profiles of 55 men and women who live with difficult-to-manage health conditions and illnesses, including chronic pain. Yet, these disorders don’t reveal themselves in the person’s appearance. In other words, the 55 men and women featured in her book, and millions of others across the country, look “just fine” to those around them . . . even while coping with challenging and ongoing symptoms. Carol and her co-author Miriam Iosupovici are currently looking for participants to feature in a new book that will focus primarily on mood disorders and the special challenges of living with: clinical depression, social and generalized anxiety disorder, phobias, panic attacks, depression related to living with a chronic illness or ongoing pain, obsessive-compulsive disorder, post-traumatic stress syndrome, postpartum depression, seasonal affective disorder, and many others. If you or someone you know lives with one of these easily concealed disorders and would like to be profiled in or interviewed for this unique project, please contact Miriam: firstname.lastname@example.org or Carol: email@example.com If you are a professional (social worker, therapist, psychologist) who works with this population, the authors would also like to interview you as well. All interviews can be conducted via email.