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The follow is an excerpt from my Amazon Best Seller, “You Are Worthier” —

“The first year after the accident, optimistic as I was, I tried to convince everyone that I would overcome the injury. I even heard myself say, “I’m better,” on days when I was feeling awful. I read piles of books on positive thinking in an attempt to be optimistic, but as recovery did not materialize, it was hard to find any purpose in my situation. I tried out dandelion juice, fish oil, healing, craniosacral therapy, massage, acupuncture, physiotherapy, osteotherapy, magnet therapy, hot tubs and different kinds of pain killers, but when another couple of years had passed without real signs of recovery, I thought to myself that this was apparently my new life. The years following my accident can best be described as an attempt to climb a very slippery rock that was covered in soft soap. I climbed up and tried to cling, but slid down. I fell. Found new methods. Fell. Got up. Fell. Got up again and several years after the injury, I still fought in a way that only people who have suffered a long-term illness or injury will understand.”