Wynnikka Matthews, at the age of 22, has written a memoir to raise awareness for her physical disability, Obstetrical Brachial Plexus Injury. In her book, she opens up about living with her OBPI and her experiences with challenges such as adaptation, accommodation, attending school, bullying, anxiety & depression, self-harm, dating, mourning the sudden death of a loved one, coping strategies and overcoming many of her barriers, her hopes for her future and much more!
Wynnikka is honoured to motivate and inspire others with her story of fortitude. She hopes her book will be a tool to raise awareness of OBPI and be a bridge for her to connect with others around the world who are living with Brachial Plexus Injuries.
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About the Author
She has written her first book called 'Brighter Days Ahead: A Young Woman's Story of Fortitude Living with Obstetrical Brachial Plexus Injury', to share her life story and most importantly, to raise awareness for her disability.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 First Breath
Chapter 2 Realization
Chapter 3 Growing Pains
Chapter 4 Self-Care
Chapter 5 Bullies Made Me Hate Myself
Chapter 6 Middle School Life Crisis
Chapter 7 Fresh Start
Chapter 8 Transitioning Into College
Chapter 9 Coping with a Major Loss
Chapter 10 I’m Ashamed of Me
Chapter 11 What Will My Future Hold?
Chapter 12 The Sky is The Limit!
Dear Family and Friends
December 3rd, 2017
Dear Reader: Connect with Me!