Thomas Whitney’s New Book ‘Handicap This’ is a Motivating Account of Coping With Disability and Limitations Through Humor

Fulton Books author Thomas Whitney, a brilliant writer, has completed his most recent book “Handicap This”:  an inspirational novel about learning to have a better grip on one’s reality through accepting the dark and finding the comedic value in life’s crazy moments to find happiness, self-confidence, and peace.
Thomas writes, “Life is one perplexing experience and ordeal. Behind its intangibility, mystery, and diversity, humanity never gets the deep meaning. It is a meaning that lacks a concrete and tangible answer that further confounds its purpose. However, despite everything, the chaos, mystery, and hullaballoo, life goes on! I am not going to sugarcoat things and tell you deep breaths and meditation will cure what ails you. Hell, I am not going to tell you that ales will cure what ails you. The first thing for me was to understand that life is dark, full of mystery, misery, and your happiness only comes from within. Now do not misunderstand me, the shit is dark, and the rain cloud may follow above your head, but once you accept that, you will learn to love the rain. Life itself is not all sunshine and roses. We see more dark, ill, and uncanny things naturally because it is all around us. Do not believe me? Go ahead and watch the news for a half-hour. Tell me how many good stories you hear because I know it will not be many. My point here is to accept the dark and use dark humor to better grasp your reality. Learning to find the comedic value in life’s crazy times will lighten your mood so much coping will become easier. Humor: it’s the first piece that you need. Life is dark, so mote it be.”
Published by Fulton Books, Thomas Whitney’s book is an encouraging story that helps readers embrace life’s darkness, triumph against challenges by learning and growing, and find the comedic value in life to build happiness, self-confidence, and self-acceptance.
Readers who wish to experience this inspiring work can purchase “Handicap This” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books