By Danny Friedman
Cover Designer: CLP Design Studio
Publisher: Emerald Lake Books
Publication Date: June 22, 2015
Book Description: Ever feel like something is too hard? Or that it would be a lot easier to quit than try to work through it? Everyone at one time has thought “Forget it! That’s too hard…”
What Doesn’t Kill You… My Headache from Hell and A Relentless Search For Healing is the true account of Danny Friedman’s 2½-year journey spent battling the ever-confusing and often uncaring healthcare system in dealing with his chronic daily headaches. This story tells of what Danny had to endure in seeing a myriad of physicians, specialists and other medical practitioners in his persistent struggle to regain the life he once had.
Danny Friedman was a successful businessman, husband and father driven near to insanity as his life was spiraling downward. What Doesn’t Kill You… shares how, through perseverance and his commitment to find a solution, Danny successfully overcame this horrendous ordeal by taking matters into his own hands and becoming his biggest advocate in the search for healing.
Danny’s hope is that this book will not only inspire people to cherish each day, but to also to know that as long as you have people that you love and who love you, there’s nothing you can’t do. Danny’s positive outlook on life along with his “never give up” attitude is an inspiration to all readers of this book.
Project Info: Danny is a client of Chris Vanderzyden’s, another Emerald Lake Books author. Since I’d previously helped her with the formatting of her own book, she asked me to help with the editing and formatting of Danny’s. Little did I know at the time that he has the same high-energy level that Chris has, which made him an absolute pleasure to work with.
Since this was Danny’s first book and he didn’t wrestle with what I sometimes refer to as “Mother Hen syndrome,” he was open to creative suggestions as well as the heavy-handed edits that went into the work.
I hope the resulting piece is a book that he will be proud of for years to come.
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