The Ride to IRONMAN: One woman's journey with ADHD
Dana Shepard Cardwell (Author)
DescriptionOne woman's story of becoming a world class athlete by completing the 140.6 Ironman triathlon which includes a 2.4 mile swim, 112 mile bike race, and 26.2 mile run all in under 17 hours. This book is not necessarily for athletes; it is for anyone who has endured obstacles in the road. The author proves it is never too late to find yourself. Dana notes, "I never knew I would find myself by finishing an Ironman, but that's what happened. I went from living life with my glass half full to my cup runneth over." The author's message, "To become happy, you must find what has been holding you back in life. You may never know you were lost, until you are found." A coming of age story for anyone who dares to "get over it" and "grow a pair". May you embrace the obstacles God gives you. Topics include: ADHD, sexual assault, motivation, family dysfunction, sports conditioning, diet tips, humorous quotes, sarcasm, and athlete training.
Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
October 09, 2013
7.01 X 0.53 X 10.0 inches | 0.97 pounds
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About the Author
Dana Cardwell is a Sexual Assault Crisis Counselor, Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor, Certified School Counselor, Anger Management Counselor, past Juvenile Probation Officer & teacher. Dana is brutally honest in her writing and is available for motivational talks. The book is inspiring and humorous.