Published November 14, 2016
When hardship comes, it’s easy to fall into frustration about it, just to keep trudging on until it’s over. Once it’s done, it’s tough to get the joy back because, well, everything was so hard. But there is another way, a way to tap into what feels good. It starts by making a choice to focus on what feels good, and going from there.
After two long years of healing, L. Jaye Bell emerged from the wheelchair and is writing about her experience. This time, the adventure was about the unfunnest way to spend one's time, ever. The lessons were hard, the challenges many. What she learned about the facade of allopathic medicine empowered her own abilities to find alternative answers that truly worked. She chose to heal with herbs and whole foods as a result, and shares how she did it in this book. Her healing grew from tiny seeds into wellness, and she shares the discoveries she learned about the medical industry and the alternatives to trusting it along the way.