New Book Offers Happiness and Hope to People Suffering from the Pandemic - Author Provides Resources for Parents, Schools, Medical and Therapy Practitioners

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Love.Life. A Handbook for Being Well Loved, Happy and Healthy offers consumers happiness and hope during the pandemic. Author, Lisa A. Lundy, provides free podcasts, over 120 YouTube videos, and hundreds of pages of information on her blog to help young people, parents, schools and universities as well as medical and therapy practitioners to help people deal with depression, anxiety, sadness, loneliness, anger and other negative emotions and start moving towards happiness, peace, healing and positive emotions.

Picture of the cover of Ms. Lundy's new book

Cover of Ms. Lundy's New Book

Yes, you can find happiness and hope even during a pandemic and author, Lisa A. Lundy has the resources to help consumers of all ages deal with depression, anxiety, sadness, fear, loneliness and other emotions on her blog (http://www.LisaALundy.com), in her over 120 YouTube videos, and in her new podcast series titled Love.Life. Ms. Lundy’s book, blog, podcasts and YouTube videos are therapy and researched based providing proven techniques to help people who are suffering get their lives turned around. Ms. Lundy’s new book, Love.Life.™ A Handbook for Being Well Loved, Happy and Healthy, ISBN #978-0-578-81790-3, is 462 pages of practical steps, habits, practices, attitudes and beliefs to help people get inspired and moving in a positive direction towards love, happiness and wellness.

Over 50 of her YouTube videos are targeted to young people from teens to late thirties with special topics that young people face and tips on how to get through it because she believes that by addressing the needs of young people that the suicide rate can be reduced. A sampling of the topics addressed in her young people’s YouTube videos include: I Don’t Have Anyone to Turn to; I’m Really Struggling; I’m Lonely a Lot; I’m Really Unhappy; I Don’t Like Myself; I Don’t Have Any Hopes or Dreams; My Feelings Get Hurt a Lot; I Feel Like a Failure; and Nobody Loves Me. Making friends is frequently an issue for people of all ages but particularly for young people and she has a section of her videos devoted to making friends and friendship because it’s hard to make friends. Dysfunctional family dynamics are another category of videos designed to help young people. With between 70 to 96% of American families falling into the dysfunctional family category, dysfunctional families are a source of heartache and wounds for people of all ages.

Some of the titles of her podcasts include: Be Well Loved; Emotions as a Superpower; Managing Depression and Anxiety; Feel Better with Self-Care and Self-Compassion; Using Emotional Pain to Your Advantage; Dealing with Overwhelm; Being Happy When Life is Hard, and How to Have More Energy. New podcasts are coming out every week on topics to help consumers be empowered and learn how to be happy and healthy when life is hard.

If you are looking for the perfect gift for someone who is suffering during the pandemic, her eBook or her paperback book might be just be what you are looking for to help someone you love. She is sponsoring a Year of Freedom Giveaway on her website, http://www.LisaALundy.com, where consumers can win copies of her new book as well as other prizes through July 2021.

Ms. Lundy is no stranger to hardship having overcome multiple serious traumas throughout her life including starting her life over with basically nothing at age 58 completely unrelated to the pandemic. What she is exceptionally good at is how to be happy and highly functional when life is extremely hard. She was the first Executive Director of the Integrative Medicine Consortium, a former sales representative for Xerox, Bausch & Lomb, and another pharmaceutical company, and the author of a gluten-free and allergy cookbook. She has a B.S. degree from Penn State University, is a Distinguished Toastmaster, and has over 60 Internationally credentialed continuing education credits in psychology, human behavior, communication, leadership, and related subjects. Of all of her roles in life, her favorite is being a mother to her three amazing children.

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