December 04, 2017
Savanna Jones, a strong, gracious, and prolific author and writer, has completed her new book “Laughing Your Way Through Alzheimers”: a captivating account about the author’s struggles with grieving over her mother’s physical and mental decline, and how she turned her life around and thrived amidst her personal crisis.
Author Jones reminds us that when things spurn beyond imaginable control, one should cling to God and His benevolence in taking the wheel in a person’s life:
After I finished whining and complaining, I picked up my Bible and turned to the Book of Proverbs. I came across Proverbs 17:22, which read, “A cheerful heart does good like medicine, but a broken spirit makes one sick” (The Living Bible translation). I had read this scripture many times before; however, this time, it lit up to me like a Christmas tree. I received another epiphany.” I could keep on grieving about my mother’s condition and making myself sick or I could take joy in the fact that my mother was alive. Instead of whining and complaining about my mother’s condition, I needed to count my blessings. I decided to focus on the things that made me laugh about my mom instead of the things that made me cry and to cherish the time that I spent with her.
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Savanna Jones’s heartening account echoes the author’s inspiration in taking care of her mother’s condition. This book hopes to enlighten, encourage, and strengthen those who are going through the same circumstances, and proclaims a thought that no matter what disease may afflict, always focus on the positive side of things.
Readers who wish to experience this life-changing work can purchase“Laughing Your Way Through Alzheimers” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, Kobo, or Barnes and Noble.
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