Thinking positive thoughts is a lot more pleasant than thinking negative thoughts. We all have positive and negative aspects; so do situations. It is up to us to decide how to handle every situation.
INDIANAPOLIS (PRWEB) May 02, 2013
Every eleven minutes, someone in the United States is put on an organ transplant waiting list, according to The National Network of Organ Donors. They also state that every day, 75 people undergo an organ transplant operation.
With her new book, My Christmas Miracles and Other Stories About Organ Transplant, registered nurse Mary Saubert combats misinformation about organ donation through the stories of real patients throughout the organ transplant process.
Written from the viewpoint of an organ transplant nurse with over 15 years of experience, My Christmas Miracles and Other Stories About Organ Transplant is a collection of stories that are meant to inspire and educate.
Saubert believes in the power of positive thinking and conveys that through the book. From the story of Melody and her unwavering determination, to Kelly and her positive attitude, to and Ruth with her unusual circumstance, every story in the book has an encouraging message.
“Thinking positive thoughts is a lot more pleasant than thinking negative thoughts. We all have positive and negative aspects; so do situations,” Saubert says. “It is up to us to decide how to handle every situation.”
My Christmas Miracles and Other Stories About Organ Transplant
By: Mary Saubert
Available at Amazon.com
About the Author
Mary Saubert grew up in McConnellsburg, Pennsylvania. She obtained her nursing education at the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing and her master’s degree in nursing at Indiana University. Mary has been a registered nurse for over forty years and has worked with organ transplant recipients and their families for over fifteen years. She currently resides in Indianapolis with her husband, Marvin.