London Book Festival Honorable Mention
Reader's Favorite International Book Award Finalist
Life changing events bring out a super power that each of us needs to survive. Many look to their faith, families, friends, and each of them—in their own way—provide a strength that bonds into a shield of protection that allows surviving the unthinkable. This amazing story shows how absolutely tough those afflicted with Multiple Sclerosis have to be. Multiple Sclerosis is an insidious disease that affects 200,000 to 3 million people per year around the world. Lisa McCombs writes her personal experience with “no holds barred” to help others and their families cope with MS. Touching, heart wrenching, and yes, even humorous at times, this is a book you won’t easily forget, and you will see Lisa’s super power shining through.
What People Say
“I absolutely love how every symptom is explained. While reading this book I shook my head in agreement with every word. Those of us with MS are fighters, strong and will never give up. This book is a must-have to share with lovedones to gain a better understanding about this monster. Thank you, Lisa, for letting us have a peek into your life and explaining what so many of go through. Stay strong, my MS sister.” —LESLIE HILLBURN, We’re Not Drunk We Have MS
“With I Have MS: What’s Your Super Power?, Lisa McCombs lays it all out—the sudden attacks, the mistaken assumptions of the public, the setbacks large and small—and she does it with unblinking frankness. As someone who has wrestled with the MonSter for 30 years, I recognize my own life in her very personal stories. Lisa does as people with MS must: accentuate the positive to defang the MonSter!” —GEOFFREY CAMERON FULLER, New York Times bestselling author and award-winning editor
This is the best thing you have written to date!
—Patsy A. Myers, award winning WV reading instructor