Read the heroic journey of one woman's struggle to survive cancer and domestic violence just to be left with invisible, debilitating, emotion crunching mental illness. Read to learn her story and the struggles she faced in overcoming those adversities. This book is about surviving mental illness as a result of domestic violence and the immense self work required to jump the hurdles and take your life back.
Ms. Johnson is a domestic violence, cancer, mental illness survivor and champion. Her life's
mission is to educate people on these sometimes invisible diseases that seriously jeopardize a
person's ability to experience quality life experiences to their fullest potential. Her research,
speaking and authoring is currently dedicated to gathering and reporting statistics on these
issues, offering suggestions of how to fix the travesties that often occur in the medical
industry-primarily due to insurance company policy, a forum where people struggling with
these diseases have a voice...but more importantly, an understanding individual at the other
end. Rebecca has many paths through which to accomplish these tasks. She has a good idea
that some legislative changes may be in order and is willing to rise to the occasion in that
arena, as well. It will take a lot of work to educate so many, but the world may be a nicer
place for her having hung in there and brought the struggles of these issues to the forefront.
Join her in this journey. Help spread the word. There are those of us out here who
sympathize with your plights, but more importantly, we want to support you as you go
through it...Becky Johnson is one of those people.
What are you working on next?
I am going to be working on public speaking and promoting my hobby: PocketBoob by Beck, Because Everyone Craves Kindness. It is a handbag or beer coozie made out of brassieres. Strange, I know. But they make people smile and I donate a portion of the proceeds to a variety of charities.
Who are your favorite authors?
When it comes to fiction, I'm a fantasy buff, so J.K. Rowling obviously...but my favorite is Elizabeth Haydon. As far as nonfiction, My favorite author is Robert G. Allen. One Minute Millionaire is one of my absolute favorites because it is both fiction and non-fiction!
Read the heroic journey of one woman's struggle to survive cancer and domestic violence just to be left with invisible, debilitating, emotion crunching mental illness. Learn her story and the struggles she faced in overcoming those adversities. Take your life back!