Tuesday, December 09, 2014

This Just In… When All Balls Drop: The Upside of Losing Everything by Heidi Siefkas

Heidi Siefkas was a happily married, globetrotting professional who seemingly had it all -- until a tree limb in New York’s Hudson River Valley struck her down, breaking her neck and leaving her unconscious. Suddenly, life as she knew it stopped. She lost her independence. She lost her career. She watched her marriage disintegrate as she confronted a trail of devastating lies about her husband’s double life.

She had lost all that mattered, but she was a survivor. She fought to restore her health, repair her broken heart, and rebuild herself. Along the way, she gained clarity about her core values, ultimately coming to a deeper understanding of what it means to have it all.

Through down-to-earth, short vignettes, When All Balls Drop shows us how it’s possible to “look up” in spite of pain, deceit, and loss. Heidi’s memoir--rich with hope and humor--inspires anyone who’s had to confront tragedy and reassess their life in the wake of life-altering events.

You can order When All the Balls Drop here. Visit author Heidi Siefkas on the web here. ◊

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