Niki, Wage War On Your Mind & Fight For Your Life, is a book based on overcoming depression. What sparked your desire to write this novel?
This book is a combination of my life experience and my work as a women's life coach that specializes in worthiness and self-love. It will be available on Amazon and Smashwords
Niki, I know this book will be a wonderful inspiration for anyone who has suffered with depression.
To learn more about Niki 's new release, Wage War On Your Mind & Fight For Your Life, visit her at: https://nikimeadows.com/fight-for-your-life/
A motivating and inspiring book! Wage War On Your Mind & Fight For Your Life is aimed at helping to empower those struggling with depression. Life coach and author Niki Meadows takes the reader through personal stories of her dark days and explains the process of how she was able to recover from her 17-year struggle with depression. Through an honest and open dialogue, she shares tips and strategies that are well thought out and manageable to apply. Niki uses analogies, such as the Woe is Me Bottle and the Backpack, which are great ways to describe her thoughts on depression and recovery. Niki’s writing style is conversational and upbeat, and her compassion shines through. She explains how to achieve self-awareness, self-care, and self-love with understanding and a gentle nudge. She urges readers to go at their own pace, as she knows how difficult it is to face uncomfortable truths and even harder to change. Throughout the book, Niki’s voice is positive and encouraging. She truly wants readers to know that there is hope. She knows firsthand that there is life—an amazing life—after depression.
Another review is by Lauren who blogs at Milly's Guide http://millysguide.com
In ‘Wage War on your Mind and Fight for your Life’ Niki shares the process that she used to overcome her depression. It’s full of personal stories, hints, and tips for self-care, ways to lift your spirits and questions to help you get there. Niki is a fantastic and personal author. She is honest about the doubts she faced when writing this book. She is open that she wrestled with writing this book – I am glad that she did! Right at the beginning, Niki tells you to put the book down if it’s not the right time for you. I love that she cares about you more than sales of her book!
I really liked Niki’s writing style. I could really relate to her story and her experiences. All the way through the book she shares how she felt at this stage in the process. I loved the backpack metaphor she uses in the chapter about letting things go. The idea that I had been carrying around a bag full of toxic emotions, bad memories, and horrible experiences is something that I could really relate to. I really like the idea of a new backpack to fill with nice, happy memories, experiences and feelings.
The book contains 10 chapters full of ideas and hints to seek happiness. Two that stood out for me were Practicing Gratitude and Exercise. Gratitude is something that I am now trying to focus on. Exercise is one of those things that we all know is good for us and that we should do more of… and luckily Niki doesn’t tell us to head straight to the gym! She advocates being more active and like me, she really values walking as a positive action for your mental health. Overall, I really liked this book.
The book is currently on schedule to be published at the end of April. There aren't any purchase links yet but you can use the following link if you'd like to include a link for those interested in purchasing once it's available.
Book release page- https://nikimeadows.com/book-release/
Niki Meadows | Worthiness & Authenticity Coach, Reiki Practitioner, Intuitive