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Irish Author Shares Her Story On Health Battle

Thursday 1 June 2017

 

From Irish newspaper the Donegal Democract:

 

Watching The Daisies
 

Donegal author shares her story on health battle

By Eamonn McFadden
May 29, 2017

An Annagry-based author, organic gardener and natural health practitioner has penned her first book.

The publication details her life before and after being diagnosed with Fibromyalgia, and how she advocates a slower pace of life to help deal with the condition.

Born in Stirling in Scotland to Donegal parents both hailing from the Rosses, Brigid Gallagher has now returned to the area where she spent much of her childhood summers. It was a place where she practiced natural health medicine initially, but now spends much of her time tending to her organic gardening. She also writes and blogs about her experiences.

Last Friday, May 12th, was World Fibromyalgia Awareness Day and Brigid shared her story of her condition in the hope it may help others with similar issues.

Her memoir, “Watching the Daisies – Life Lessons on the Importance of Slow”, is available to buy through Amazon and other retail outlets, and is her story of a hectic life and events that impacted on her health and her road to recovery.

 

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