Living in the Theater of the Absurd: Chronic Illness presents a unique look at adapting to chronic illness. With an active imagination, an outrageous sense of humor, and personal experience with chronic illnesses, the author provides an alternative to living as a victim. The first half of the book presents a new perspective and examples of thriving with specific chronic conditions. The second half of the book addresses issues that are common in all chronic illnesses. Household chores, clutter, family life, friendships, thought life, and more are addressed with both humor and solutions. This book empowers the reader to go beyond diagnosis and create a new lifestyle.