Bunny Boy and Me
Thursday, September 13, 2018
When Nancy Laracy '88 is diagnosed with a mixed connective tissue disease and fibromyalgia in her mid-thirties, she rebelliously adopts a baby red satin rabbit, Bunny Boy. So begins a deep, magical, and lifelong bond, where Bunny Boy and Nancy become inseparable companions in pain management. As Nancy battles her debilitating chronic pain, Bunny Boy fights through countless surgeries with the heart of a lion, even helping to pioneer a cutting-edge medical treatment that, once made available to humans, would save Nancy’s life.
Nancy Laracy is a writer, activist, wife, and mom who suffers from autoimmune disease and fibromyalgia. Since being diagnosed in 1997, she is a worldwide advocate and resource for the chronic pain and pet therapy community, serving on animal assisted therapy organizations, the National Fibromyalgia and Chronic Pain Association, and many others. She has implemented bunny therapy programs for children with cancer through CancerCare, as well as for the families of Sandy Hook in Newtown, Connecticut. Her new book - Bunny Boy and Me - is available on Amazon and wherever books are sold.
Nancy's memoir is a story of fighting back, of overcoming pain and disease, and it reminds us to be resilient in the face of incredible odds.
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