Saint Louis, MO (PRWEB) October 11, 2012
Having survived cancer, a heart attack and multiple other challenges, Steve Ward is no stranger to hardship.
With his new book, “Finding Your Positives,” Ward presents a way to deal with difficult situations in life and come out the other side a better person.
A simple way to deal with life’s challenges, the book helps readers to identify and use their positives to make the best of situations set before them. Ward presents a plan to help others move forward and not dwell on the emotions surrounding a particularly difficult situation.
“Throughout life I have faced life’s challenges requiring me to forge a plan to deal with the emotional struggle of each challenge,” says Ward. “From then on, others would share their struggles with me and I would listen and talk with them to help them through their difficult time.”
Seeing the effect that he was having on the people he was helping, he wrote “Finding Your Positives” for anyone who was dealing with a hardship and needed some guidance.
“’Finding Your Positives’ is a proven series of three simple steps for success to reach the plateau of calm, heartfelt peace and serenity to achieve healing for a brighter future,” says Ward. "The power of this book is the plan of three steps coupled with my experience of confronting life’s challenges head-on.”
Coupling inspiration with compassion, empathy and appreciation, the book guides the reader to cope with their individual challenge and achieve a healthy well-being and stable balance.
“Implementing this plan in your daily life will help you become more aware of the good around you, develop a new appreciation for the positives in your life and become an even better person,” says Ward. “Live today to illuminate the dawn of tomorrow.”
“Finding Your Positives”
By Steve Ward
Available at http://www.amazon.com
About the author
Having survived prostate cancer and a heart attack, Steve Ward has had his share of personal struggles. While receiving treatment for cancer, he stayed positive and saw that while he may not have control over what has occurred, he has the power to control the outcome. It is with this attitude that he wrote “Finding Your Positives.” Ward lives in St. Louis.