When a serious accident waylaid Hannah Andrusky’s career and left her struggling for normalcy, she fought back.
Los Angeles, CA, US., May 4, 2014 - (PressReleasePoint) - A traumatic accident left businesswoman and talk show host Hannah Andrusky with injuries that weren’t readily apparent – but were no less debilitating. Andrusky shares her story and advice for others in similar situations with her new self-help book, Living the Invisible Disability: Coping With Post Concussion Syndrome Traumatic Brain Injury & Depression, published by Outskirts Press.
In 2011, Andrusky was involved in a serious car accident that temporarily derailed her career and left her with long-term medical complications. As she battled her way back to recovery, she threw herself into her work, including Miami’s Watch 305, and later “Press Pass,” in which she interviewed sports stars in their personal spaces.
Looking back, Andrusky came to view that accident as a blessing in disguise – one that led her to rediscover her passion for “real” people and their stories. As she lived with her own invisible disability, she developed more empathy for others who suffered silently. Now, through her talk show, “Hannah Talk,” she helps everyone find a voice. Through her own struggles with brain injury, she wrote the book Living the Invisible Disability to help others through their journey. The book is filled information about traumatic brain injury, as well as advice and practical tips for healing from the inside out.
Hannah Andrusky now serves as ambassador for the Invisible Disabilities Association, a nonprofit organization founded in 1997 that strives to bring awareness to hundreds of misunderstood, invisible disabilities.
Living the Invisible Disability: Coping With Post Concussion Syndrome Traumatic Brain Injury & Depression is available online through Outskirts Press at www.outskirtspress.com/bookstore. The book is sold through Amazon and Barnes and Noble for a maximum trade discount in quantities of 10 or more, and is being aggressively promoted to appropriate markets with a focus on the self-help, medical and body, mind and spirit categories.
ISBN: 978-1-4787-2900-6 Format: 6 x 9 paperback cream Retail: $13.95
For more information about Living the Invisible Disability, visit the book page at the author’s webpage, www.OutskirtsPress.com/livingtheinvisibledisability.
About the Author: Hannah Andrusky is a talk show host, stylist, businesswoman, author, mom, daughter, sister and friend. She is an advocate for positive and spiritual change, which is the focus for her show, “Hannah Talk.” She became a mother at 18, married and then divorced nine years later. A successful stylist for 18 years, Andrusky worked with clients in Montana, L.A., Las Vegas, San Diego, New York and Miami, including celebrities. It was on this “stage” that she honed her interview style and was encouraged to pursue a media career. Soon she was co-hosting “Sanctuary of Style,” a style and fashion blog, where her positivity, humor and pragmatism proved hugely popular. Andrusky now lives in Los Angeles with her son, Jordan. For more information about Hannah Andrusky, visit the author’s website, www.HannahTalk.com.
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