Wage War On Your Mind & Fight For Your Life is the debut book by Niki Meadows; an autobiographical account of how she beat seventeen years of depression and turned her life into a shining example of positivity.
The book is due for release toward the end of April. Here I am proud to reveal the official book cover in it’s entirety.
For those of you that don’t know Niki’s story too well, then this is a fabulous opportunity to see the person behind the blog.
It’s all too easy to look at a successful blogger discussing mindfulness and kindness without considering the journey that led to what you see today on The Richness of a Simple Life. This is an evolving end product from seventeen years fighting inner demons.
Her book takes us from a singular moment where, if not for a quirk of fate or faith, the outcome could have been so much worse. It is a spiritual journey, as much as a blueprint, about how she coped and developed strategies to rebuild her confidence and self-esteem to become a women’s worthiness and authenticity coach. In this capacity she acts as a mentor for people trying to find their sense of worth in a world that often rushes past so fast it is easy to feel left behind.
She is clear, right from the very start, that if you are suffering from mental health issues then this book will not replace prescribed treatments or advice from the medical profession. It is there to demonstrate that, with the right tactics and determination, it is possible to beat depression.
Niki has not only written a ten chapter book, packed with hints and tips about her own blueprint, but also purposed a blog dedicated to helping other people and promoting positive thinking. I urge you to get to know the author’s site and link up with a like minded community.
In fact why not engage in one of her annual projects that starts in May too; The Kindness Challenge (link at the bottom). This brings together people wanting to challenge themselves to improve how they think or feel and use kindness to promote personal well-being and inner calm.
Lastly a reminder; if you do suffer from low mood or MH issues then you are not alone; find professional help or join in and mix with those who have either beaten it, are in recovery or are starting the journey. They have all been where you might be now, so take hope.
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