Warrior Mom: A Mother's Journey in Healing Her Son with Autism
Tracy M. Slepcevic (Author) Andrew Wakefield (Foreword by)
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DescriptionModern medicine considers Autism to be an "incurable diagnosis," but Warrior Mom challenges this claim, sharing one mother's journey to heal her son.For any parent who has heard the chilling words "your child has autism," Tracy Slepcevic offers hope, inspiration, and advice to help you navigate the system, evaluate different treatment options, and heal your child's underlying conditions. After her son Noah had a severe regression after meeting all his milestones, Tracy spent years trying to figure out what was wrong with her little boy. Once given a diagnosis, doctors said Noah would never lead a fully functioning life, but Tracy knew this was not her son's fate. Refusing to give up, Tracy read dozens of books, attended autism conferences, and spent countless hours researching how to heal her child. She was determined to turn her son around from what doctor's called an "incurable diagnosis" so that Noah could live his best life possible. Over the years, Noah made great progress with biomedical intervention and lives a fully functional life today with a bright future ahead of him. Warrior Mom is an inspiring story of hope and an indispensable guidebook for any parent desperate to hear the truth that autism is not a hopeless diagnosis and that many underlying conditions associated with autism are treatable.
Morgan James Publishing
April 04, 2023
5.5 X 8.4 X 0.8 inches | 0.75 pounds
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About the Author
Tracy Slepcevic is an Author, Certified Integrative Health Coach, Keynote Speaker, US Air Force Veteran, and the founder of Pur Health, LLC. She is educated in the field of Complementary and Alternative Medicine and has dedicated over 14 years to researching various treatments and therapies for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Over the years, she has worked with various doctors, scientists, advocates, and researchers, and she has made it her mission to educate families on the importance of living a healthy lifestyle.Today, Tracy runs a successful health coaching business where she assists her clients in implementing lifestyle changes to improve their overall health and wellness. She continues to provide support to parents of children with special needs and guide them on their healing journey.
"An inspiring testimony to the miraculous power of maternal love." Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., Human Rights Attorney and New York Times Bestselling Author"If you are holding this book in your hand, something made you pick it up. Whether you call it intuition, divine guidance, or sheer luck, the hundreds of families I have interviewed that have successfully recovered their children from autism all describe a moment just like Tracy's as the first day of the rest of their lives. I have also interviewed many parents who express perpetual guilt for not acting upon their instincts in moments like this because their pediatrician, family member, or a visit to the CDC's website talked them out of it. Now they angst over the critical time that was lost in the journey to their child's recovery. Put your fear aside, forget what you have heard from the news, and relieve yourself of your allegiance to medical authority. What your gut is telling you right now is that there is hope, and you will understand why by the time you finish reading this extraordinary book." Del Bigtree, Executive Producer of Vaxxed: From Cover-Up To Catastrophe, Host of TheHighWire.com, and CEO of Informed Consent Action Network (ICAN)"A perfect read for not only the parent of a newly diagnosed child with autism but also for parents who desire to know more about additional outside-the-box medical treatments. This is a book of strength and encouragement that demonstrates how tenacity and dedication can improve the quality of life of a child with autism by identifying and treating the underlying medical issues commonly associated with autism, in turn greatly enhancing the effectiveness of therapies - all thanks to the hard work of Warrior Moms like Tracy who never stop fighting for their children." Jerry Kartzinel, M.D., Pediatrician and New York Times Bestselling Co-Author of Healing and Preventing Autism"Warrior Mom tells the tragic - and ultimately heroic - story of a mother's experience of having her normal healthy baby boy develop autism from routine childhood vaccines. This story is all too common. But Tracy's approach to her son's condition is not common at all. Instead of accepting her son's prognosis, she got busy finding answers and putting them into practice - with remarkable results. The book you hold in your hands is a personal story of a mother's journey through her child's autism diagnosis and care. It is also a handbook for what to do if you or a loved one are faced with the same situation." Christiane Northrup, M.D., New York Times bestselling author of Women's Bodies, Women's Wisdom, The Wisdom of Menopause, and Goddesses Never Age"Autism is a treatable condition, and recovery is possible. This shouldn't be a controversial statement and reading Tracy Slepcevic's excellent account of her journey with her son Noah will resonate with parents the world over wrestling with an autism diagnosis. Like Tracy, you too can treat your child's autism." J.B. Handley, Co-Founder, Generation Rescue. Author of How to End the Autism Epidemic and Underestimated: An Autism Miracle"God's spirit is inviting us at this moment in time to consider what the voice of God's people will be. Tracy's powerful story of her journey with her son Noah is a testament to a mother's faith when faced with adversity. Warrior Mom is a sobering look at the challenges parents face today. Its broad and deep range of perspectives will assist many parents in their search for answers and a clear picture of what life looks like when you put your faith and trust in the hands of God." Nick Vujicic, Evangelist & Global New York Times Bestselling Author"Autism Spectrum Disorder has skyrocketed over the past two decades. What used to be a very rare disorder is now projected to be one in every two children by 2032. Tracy Slepcevic (aka Warrior Mom) has written a story with compassion, faith, and unconditional love that is anchored in the most challenging journey a parent will ever know, providing insights into how to functionally support and emotionally embrace the child that is captured within." Judy Mikovits, Ph.D., Scientist, Researcher, and New York Times Bestselling Author