Sick Idiot – Book Review

Ashley Boynes-Shuck is an acclaimed writer, who uses her experience as a health coach, writer, advocate and public speaker to inspire other people to battle their chronic illnesses and diseases. She has been writing for a long time and her experience is evident from her seamless and excellent writing abilities. Her  ability to explain such a depressing topic, and to explain it in such a light manner, strengthens her place as one of the great motivational writers of this generation.

If you are looking for a mind-compelling book, which excites your mind and targets a serious issue but in a humorous and funny way, then this is the perfect choice. Sick Idiot is a book, which will take you on a rollercoaster ride of emotions.  From meeting Oprah to spending time in an emergency room, this book features the ridiculous, funny and inspiring stories, which define the compelling truths of a person’s life when they are dealing with a chronic illness every day.

The author of the book herself deals with a chronic illness on a daily basis, but she hasn’t allowed it to bring her down. Instead, she uses her writing skills to inspire other people and to give courage to those who are in similar position as her. The book is filled with unexpected twists and turns, which also took place in Ashley’s life. From the early onset of the illness in her childhood to her adulthood, the book will take you to hair salons, hospitals and hit-ins, but one thing is for sure, you will not be bored for even one minute.

Readers will find that life isn’t easy, but it doesn’t mean that it is not worth it. No matter what life throws at you, Sick Idiot will teach the readers that there is always an unseen benefit and a positive way for evaluating complex and depressing situations in life. There isn’t a dull moment in Sick Idiot and it teaches an important lesson that no matter how hard life seems or turns out to be, it is always worth it.

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