An Inspiring Read

Learning that I had a disability at the age of 46, not knowing what my disability was, or what my symptoms meant, I was given no choice but to look into my disability.

I could write about some of my experiences on my blog, but it wasn’t the right platform to explore my disability. I needed to start from the beginning.

Cerebral Palsy: ‘A Story’ is a book of positivity, a feel-good factor book. I use my experiences to create positive inspiring messages for others too. My book that is based on universal answers, is an inspiring book that challenges us to think about our lives and ourselves presently.

It helps us identify and learn about ourselves, around our experiences on what we get to deal with. It also helps us see and understand our experiences, so that we are able to make new changes moving forward.

Lucille Phillips sums up the book below:

Cerebral Palsy: ‘A Story’ – Review by Lucille Phillips “It’s a fantastic reference book for everyone who cares about themselves, their lifestyles and their health.

As Ilana takes her own journey through her experiences, not knowing she had a disability until she was 46, she allows us to journey with her also, helping us to see and understand our own experiences and for us to make our own changes. On finding out about her cerebral palsy, Ilana initially started her blog The CP Diary.

Six years into her blog, she penned her book, Cerebral Palsy: A Story – a book I would totally recommend.”

My Book, part memoir/part motivational guide, is available to buy on Amazon /UK or Amazon US, and in all good on-line book-stores, including Waterstones and Salts Mill.

7 Apr, 2021

2 thoughts on “An Inspiring Read

  1. I would say your book is an ESSENTIAL read not just an inspiring one. Although you initially write about not knowing about your disability in the book, throughout you create inspiring messages about hope, mental and physical health, positivity, and change.

    It has something for everyone. I would recommend it to everyone as the main tool in their coping strategy toolbox.

    1. Thank you. I know what my writing, and what my book has done and continues to do for me. It literally is ‘my go to book.’

      It has changed my outlook, both on my life and my perceptions on how I see my experiences, and it will for others too. Where I struggled to comprehend, I now understand, where once I was despondent, I now live with hope.

      You have read my book, so you come from a place of knowing. I am confident others won’t be disappointed and they will want to read my book too.

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