I am a true believer that the most trying of times can often be the most restorative.
HOUSTON (PRWEB) February 17, 2016
An overweight, bullied teen becomes the caregiver of her estranged, quadriplegic sister, and so begins the story of Deborah Konrad.
In her new book, The Blessing of Movement, Konrad details her journey of caring for her disabled sister and overcoming her own insecurities, all while growing up in a racially divided Jim Crow south.
“I am a true believer that the most trying of times can often be the most restorative,” Konrad said. “It is my hope that this book will be an example of how one can flourish despite circumstances.”
Through her story, Konrad offers readers advice on caring for loved ones, as well as reconnecting with family members with whom they’ve lost touch.
“Family truly is forever,” Konrad said. “And unconditional love heals all.”
The Blessing of Movement
By Deborah Konrad
Available in softcover, hardcover, e-book
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and AuthorHouse
About the author
Although Deborah Konrad holds a degree in biochemistry from Mount Holyoke College and a master’s degree in health care administration, writing has always been her secret hobby. Deborah and her husband, Nelson, live in the Houston area and serve as pet parents to their German shepherds, Yukon and Kane.
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