Get on the Bus: Dr. Stephen Dantzig Releases 'Get Up, Your Bus Is Here' Living MY Life With Cerebral Palsy as an eBook; Charities Can Benefit Too

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Stephen Dantzig, Psy.D. announced the release of his autobiography detailing his accomplishments and struggles growing up and living with Cerebral Palsy. Some of the proceeds from the eBook will benefit local chapters of the United Cerebral Palsy Association. He also announced an affiliate program where members can earn a 30% commission for themselves or their favorite charity. Please visit http://www.dantzigphotography.com/bus-is-here/ for more details.

Living life with Cerebral Palsy

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What an absolutely positive, upbeat and charming book. Stephen weaves together his stories of life with such honesty and humor...
Donna D. Fouts
Executive Director of UCPA of Hawai’i
2012

Stephen Dantzig, Psy.D. announced the release of his autobiography detailing his accomplishments and struggles growing up and living with Cerebral Palsy. Some of the proceeds from the eBook will benefit local chapters of the United Cerebral Palsy Association. He also announced an affiliate program where members can earn a 30% commission for themselves or their favorite charity. Please visit http://www.dantzigphotography.com/bus-is-here/ for more details.

Excerpt from “Get Up, Your Bus Is Here” Living MY Life With Cerebral Palsy: Trials, Tribulations and Triumphs: “One day I was walking to the bus and caught an icy patch and wound up face down in the snow. My mother stood true to Dr. Shelsky’s word and with tears in her eyes told me to “Get up. Your bus is here.” She would have obviously helped me if I was hurt, but the early message to me was also clear; I was going to learn to fend for myself...”

Dr. Stephen Danzig's tenth book is by far his most personal to date. “Get Up, Your Bus Is Here” Living MY Life With Cerebral Palsy: Trials, Tribulations and Triumphs chronicles his life growing up with Cerebral Palsy and details his successes as well as his struggles. He candidly talks about additional challenges brought on by Kienbock's Disease and the two wrist fusion surgeries that followed. Battles with obsessive-compulsive tendencies are also brought to the forefront. Dantzig talks about his parents and their influence on his independence, modifications needed in his early days in elementary school and follows his educational career through earning his doctorate in psychology from Rutgers University. He details his development and life lessons learned as a school psychologist working with severely disabled children, professional photographer, and author. He talks about living with a ghost in New York, life in Los Angeles, and his big move to Hawaii. Dantzig relates his experiences on skis, the softball field, a surfboard, and under water with SCUBA gear. His stories are often poignant with subtle humor. His struggles are discussed in a matter-of-fact way that denounces self-pity while his triumphs are talked about with humility. Dantzig provides resources and references for anyone looking for more information on the many topics discussed.

Here is a link to the first in a series of videos that will support the book:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V31c5EX4qS8

The e-book is $9.96 (Plus 4.712% GET in Hawaii) with part of the proceeds going to local chapters of the United Cerebral Palsy Association. It is available in ePub, Kindle and PDF formats. You can purchase the book here: http://www.dantzigphotography.com/bus-is-here/ and Get on the Bus as an affiliate here: http://www.dantzigphotography.com/bus-is-here/get-on-the-bus/

Affiliates that “Get On The Bus” will earn a 30% commission for you or your favorite charity on all sales that you generate.

About Stephen: Stephen Dantzig is a nationally renowned lighting expert and owner of the Hawaii School of Photography. He is the author of 8 books and eBooks on photography and one on the Southern California Ordinal Scales of Development: Cognition. He has written over 100 articles for some of the most prestigious photography magazines and websites. Stephen also holds a Doctor of Psychology degree from the Rutgers University Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology. He works, teaches and resides in Honolulu, HI.

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