Lynette Louise is pround to announce the release of the book The
WingMaker, to be released by Motivational Press. Lynette Louise finds
inspiration from A young woman with Cerbral Palsy that spent her life
healing others. Sarah, Lynette’s friend and client, changes everyone around her.
They met because Lynette works Internationally with many beautiful people like
Sarah, people who stretch to reach beyond their diagnosis.
This story is simply an example of many. .
In the words of – James Twyman NY Times Bestselling Author and
filmmaker, The true value of a book on any spiritual subject is the degree
to which it helps people live better lives. The WingMaker does just that. I
would recommend it to anyone who wants to increase the playful attitude needed
to make the journey of life. It brought awe, laughter, and tears but mostly the
desire to take action and make a difference. Beautiful!
In an engaging interview Lynette Louise aka The Brain Broad can discuss the people of the world that reach out for her help and the power of play and neurofeedback as well as how The WingMaker will impact others and effectively change the face of diagnosis and therapy Internationally.
– Annie Potts Actress, mother, supporter of those with Special Needs said,
The WingMaker is a wonderful, inspiring book. It takes us on a journey of why,
why we should always live life to the fullest. It is also beautifully and
uniquely illustrated making it possible to see the beauty in the challenge.
The WingMaker is for everyone but it is a must read for caregivers and families
who live and work with the disabled.
The WingMaker is about a little girl that lives a challenged life so that
others can grow wings. It is about the beauty gifted to the capable by the
challenged. It is about becoming worthy by becoming aware; first of oneself and
then of others. The little girl, whose name is Reazon, has Cerebral Palsy. She
has spent her life in a wheelchair, surrounded by siblings that play while her
mother works. Her dream is to play and be “normal” so that her mother won’t have
to work so hard. Since Reazon is her mother’s reason for the many choices in
life, change is not easy to attain. A specialist by the name of Happy-Ness
arrives and teaches the art of play and how to use biofeedback for the brain in
order to recreate the game. This is a story of discovery that answers the
question, “Who makes wings? The savior or the saved?” It’s the WingMaker of
course. This story is true, if you think it can be.
To schedule an interview with Lynette Louise, contact Janet Carson at
760-208-4990 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lynette Louise aka The Brain Broad, is
doubly board certified in Neurofeedback and working on her PhD in Psychology
with a specialty in Psychophysiology at Saybrook University. She Raised eight
children, (six adopted, five disabled, four on the Autism spectrum). Only one
retains his label and remains dependent. Born in Canada, Lynette moved to
America in 1995. An expert in brain rehabilitation and specializing in Autism,
she travels internationally performing on the subject, teaching children and
their families, and speaking to professionals.
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