1030798841 Linda Noble Topf is the author of You Are Not your Illness: Seven Principles for Meeting the Challenge, which shows that illness, injury, or disability can not only physically alter the course of your life, but can also cause great emotional upheaval and loss of self-worth. In this remarkable and uplifting book, Linda delves deeply into her own experience to share with readers the keys to regaining emotional and spiritual wholeness. Linda believes that real healing has nothing to do with the state of the physical body, and she offers a compassionate and inspirational message—along with support, skills, and encouragement—to those who want to embrace the challenge of living successfully with illness. It is her intention to leave people transformed with more power, freedom, self expression, and peace of mind.
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51aJzcu7CyL._SX331_BO1,204,203,200_ Linda’s second book, Wheelchair Wisdom™: Awaken Your Spirit through Adversity, shatters widespread notions of what it’s like to spend life in a wheelchair, which addresses the unique circumstances of the millions of people in wheelchairs. She wants to convey the message that lies at the heart of her convictions—that people are more than their wheelchairs, more than their disabled bodies. Wheelchair Wisdom™ bears testimony to what Linda has learned and experienced—that each of us, regardless of circumstances, can move through life with freedom in a creative and joyful way.Click Here to Purchase

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  1. Wheelchair Wisdom is a book for everyone. Not just the wheelchair bound. It may just change your world upside down! Ed Eisen

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    • Wheelchair Wisdom is an amazing guidebook for living a happier, more fulfilled life for the wheelchair bound or for those of us fortunate enough to skip effortlessly through our daily chores. The message for me is that it took an incurable disease for Linda to learn the hard lessons it takes a lifetime for most of us to master. The book changed the way I look at myself and others. A great read!

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