Probably everyone is affected in some way by the COVID 19 pandemic. I know that I am. Being in the vulnerable, high-risk group, I am encased in the bubble of my home with my wonderful husband and cat. Thank goodness that I am also surrounded by more books than I could possibly read in my lifetime, enough music to lift my spirits for hours at a time, and the wonderful technology found in my laptop and DVR!
As I scroll through Surviving Lupus, Levaquin, & Life , the quote beginning Chapter 2 by Victor Frankl grabs me: “Everything can be taken from a man but one thing: the last of the human freedoms – to choose one’s attitude in any given set of circumstances, to choose one’s own way.” Knowing that we can choose how we are going to react to any and every occurrence gives us power. And hope. My book talks about many things that I believe would be helpful to anyone dealing with the stress, fear, and challenge of dealing with the unknown: health and wellness tips that are easy to follow; stress management tools; the power of choosing quality thoughts; and most importantly, the transformative power of faith and gratitude.
My journey isn’t just about surviving chronic disease, adverse reactions to Levaquin, Cipro, or other fluoroquinolone antibiotics. It is written for anyone who has faced loss, adversity, or challenges, and in order to share its message during these times, I am reducing the cost of my book by 20% for the next 8 weeks, Originally $14.95, you can purchase it now on Amazon, or from me personally if you live nearby, for $11.95. I will also be giving a signed copy away each Sunday through May the 24th. If you would like to enter the drawing, contact me through my website at www.rhondajeanbolton.com .