“A GUIDE FOR WOMEN WHO DO TOO MUCH”
At age 39, Kerrie Lee Brown, magazine editor and mom of two, ignored some serious warning signs and had a heart attack. She was not your typical cardiac patient either: physically fit, non-smoker, and no immediate family known to have heart disease. Kerrie’s unexpected wake-up call changed her perspective on what she was doing and how she was doing it. Her real-life story delves into the harsh reality that women today are simply trying to do too much.
LEARN HOW TO:
- Tackle the guilt factor and never-ending desire to appear okay.
- Recognize daily stressors that hinder achieving optimal health.
- Accept the things you cannot control and listen to your body.
- Realize you don’t have to do it all–all of the time!
INCLUDES: “10 SIGNS YOU NEED TO SLOW DOWN” AND “BRAIN BREAK” EXERCISES.
From The Author
“The biggest lesson I learned was to start listening to my body. Everyone is different but when your body starts to show signs of shutting down—stop and get help. My goal is to help women realize that no one is exempt from heart health issues. I am living proof that life can catch up with you if you don’t take time to slow down.”
—Kerrie Lee Brown
“This book might just save your life!” -Cindy Pearlman, entertainment and health writer, Chicago Sun-Times
“We all need this book! As a busy working mom I would recommend My Heart, My Self to any woman who wants to live a happy and stress-free life!” -Kim Lyons, TV personality and former trainer on NBC’s hit show The Biggest Loser
“If you have kids, a relationship, a job, and a social circle, you need to read My Heart, My Self and start listening to your body! Wise words from an amazing woman.” –Karlyn Percil, Founder SisterTalk Group, As Seen On Oprah’s Lifeclass, OWN TV
“Kerrie Lee Brown is one of the best experts on the subject of Health and Wellness.” -Suzanne B. O’Brien, R.N., Founder of Doulagivers, Awarded Worldwide Leader in Healthcare, International Nurses Association
“A must-read for anyone who is doing too much–instead of doing what matters most. Powerful advice from a wonderful author!” -Nancy Mramor Kajuth, Ph.D., Author of Get Reel: Produce Your Own Life