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Deborah’s book invites you to read her true life story – an emotional and inspirational journey that takes it’s readers to Costa Rica, India, China, Mount Kilimanjaro and to London’s Central Criminal Court, The Old Bailey.
79 FIVE-STAR AMAZON REVIEWS
An amazing and honest account of your struggle, beautifully written. I couldn’t put it down. I would absolutely recommend your book to anyone needing to take positive steps forward. You are a real inspiration. Thank you.
Started reading this book today and already finding it captivating!! A Truly Inspiring book!! I read from start to finish in practically a day and just could not put it down. I have cried and laughed while reading it.
This book will captivate you from start to finish!!
What a wonderful book. It made me laugh& cry but most of all it made me realise how lucky I am to be healthy. It really puts your own life in perspective & how having a positive attitude can help you through.
I was deeply moved by this extraordinary story of courage and the human spirit. It reminds me of the potential within us all. I couldn’t put it down. Highly recommended!!!
A truly captivating book that you won’t want to put down.
When Deborah was eight years old her father was diagnosed with Huntington’s Disease, a hereditary and degenerative disorder, for which there is no cure.
Discovering that all of her five children had a 50 per cent risk of developing the disease, Deborah’s mother was faced with the heart-breaking task of telling her children the tragic news. With no test available, Deborah grew up under a cloud of uncertainty which affected her life and all her decisions from that time on, in a profound way.
After many years of struggling with her sadness, two of Deborah’s brothers were tested positive for the disease. Her brother Nigel decided that he didn’t want to live with the condition but did not want to die alone. When she left for her holiday to Costa Rica that year, Deborah had no idea that a little baby hummingbird would turn her life around so unexpectedly and so profoundly. Meeting her guru and learning about a better way to cope, Deborah finally started to see the black cloud shift and the rainbow appear.
Uncovering a hidden emotion that her subconscious had been afraid to acknowledge, she finally got in touch with the joy that is the very essence of us all.
- When life was ‘normal’
- The ticking timebomb
- A shocking diagnosis
- A family curse
- The black cloud of doubt
- The cycle of life
- Love hurts
- A different kind of grief
- Costa Rica
- Choosing to be free
- A mother’s love
- Nothing is a coincidence
- The ashram
- The great wall of China
- The Journey, Brandon Bays
- Infant massage
- The law of attraction
- How to live with joy