New Year, New Book!

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It’s a new year and I am hearing in equal amounts how many people are making New Year Resolutions and how many aren’t. I get both sides and in different ways I agree with both of them. I am doing neither and I am thankful for the luxury of that right now. So many people had an horrendous 2016 but mine was pretty good. Not perfect, but this time last year I wasn’t really winning any of my health battle. Not that I am now but I have learnt so much about how to manage with the restrictions on my life and putting myself to bed for much of my time has proven to be a real game changer for me.

I am still learning to create balance and keep myself moving. But most of all I have found a portion of my voice which had been hidden all these years and I have started to write like there is no tomorrow. I wrote three books last year, multiple articles for The Mighty, and I am on the count down to actually launch my first book next week.

It’s Mah Eeds” is the story of the 30 plus years spentΒ without a diagnosed and the incredibly painful and difficult journey to find one. “The Lion and the Peacock” grew out of one of the chapters that I was writing on “It’s Mah Eeds“. I realized as I was writing it that I needed to tell that chapter in much more detail and to package it neatly for anyone who is suffering anxiety and/or panic attacks, so that they could maybe benefit from it without having to buy the whole book.

It has been a fascinating journey but I have loved every minute of it and I have absolutely no idea where 2017 is going to take me, but if it is anything like 2016 then the highs are going to be amazing… even if they are just from my bed!

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