Near Death Survivor Conquers ALS, Blindness, Depression, Grief, Suicide & More–A Book of Hope
Near Death Survivor Gives Hope to People with ALS, Depression, Thoughts of Suicide and More. In 1988, Dr. Joyce H. Brown was diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease or MND. Now, at almost 90 years old, Dr. Joyce is a 32-year survivor of ALS, and she continues to live a vibrant, vigorous and joyful life. In this book, she shares her life story leading up to her near-death experience, and before she was diagnosed with ALS, and everything that happened after multiple doctors confirmed the diagnosis, including the key steps she took, and the unique methods she adopted to reverse ALS, conquer depression, and bring her to where she is today—a thriving go-getter who is eagerly chasing after her dream of helping others conquer stress, sickness, and disease.
“Dr. Joyce…is saving lives” and having “a life-changing impact…”
—Mark Victor Hansen, Author Chicken Soup for the Soul
“Dr. Joyce Hunt Brown is one of the most remarkable and inspiring people I have ever met. Her book God’s Heavenly Answers has saved hundreds of people’s lives who had been suicidal. After reading her book describing her near-death experience, we were so deeply touched that we made contact with her, and have been the best of friends ever since. Joyce has helped countless people deal with grief and major stress issues in their lives. It is interesting, that more recently others have shown how almost all disease, which includes suicidal tendencies, are linked to stress. Society owes a great debt of gratitude to Dr. Brown for her pioneering work and continued contributions. How fortunate we are to have her book. It, undoubtedly, will be used countless times in helping people move through their challenges in life.”
—Dr. David W. Allan, Atomic Clock Scientist, author of It’s About Time: Science Harmonizing with Religion. Dr. Allan is a world-renowned atomic clock physicist who helped develop the nation’s atomic clock during his 32 years at NBS/NIST. He also spent many years helping in the development of GPS.