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Paperback Giveaway!

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In two weeks (July 26th) Childhood Disrupted will be out in paperback! To help spread the word about how the book can help individuals who are suffering find healing, our team is offering a free book giveaway! Three winners will receive a free signed copy and a second free copy for a friend!

Here’s how to enter:

1. Write a sentence about what you found most helpful about the book, or why it spoke to you, and post it as a review on Amazon.

2. Send a copy of your review in an email to our team at donnajacksonnakazawabooks@gmail.com with the subject line “Review.” That’s it.

You’ll be entered for our giveaway drawing! Be sure to enter before noon on July 20th for a chance to get two free signed copies, one to keep and one to give to a friend who might find it helpful on their own path to healing. Thanks, as always, for your support and help in spreading the word that it’s never too late to heal.

 

6 thoughts on “Paperback Giveaway!

  1. I can’t wait to read this. Her last book, The Last, Best Cure, was key to my finally following my instincts, finding a functional medicine doctor who knows about autoimmune disease and advocating for myself for tests that finally uncovered my chore issues. My old doctor had claimed depression wss my problem, for years, but I knew it was another of many seemingly unrelated symptoms that were obviously triggered our worsened by stress. The book helped me put together the puzzle pieces about why and how I had become so sick, and spurred me onto the spiritual and emotional healing I need to do for my body to fully heal. Most important, it gave me hope and validated what my body and brain and heart had been telling me for years.

  2. How timely is this! On Friday I will be attending Dysautonomia International’s fourth annual meeting, here in Fairfax, Virginia. The various forms of Dysautonomia have caused most of the patients and families in this group to experience severe interruptions to childhood. Growth in support groups on social media suggests accelerating trends for cases of POTS in particular.

    As I coordinate information about the need to address the problems of silos that separate the educational and medical practitioners who engage these adolescents and young adults, I will be glad to share news about your new release.

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