describes the highlights of her life and
the research she found and has used for recovery
from the damage of Multiple Sclerosis …
Eva Marsh is STILL DANCING
New Expanded Edition Now Available!
Join me for Author evening Wednesday April 11, 2018 at the Greensville Library, 6-59 Kirby Avenue L9H 4H6
Update of last 20 years of my life, and MS research.
Reading her book, we should ask ourselves how Eva managed to recover so completely from each episode of paralysis. Many, I suppose, will consider that she was an unusually lucky patient. But as new information is gathered concerning the interactions between the mind and the endocrine and immune systems, may we not wonder if Eva’s unquenchable spirit was a major factor in her remission? … Doctors and other health care professionals will also benefit from reading Eva’s story. Foolish indeed is the person who thinks he has nothing to learn.
Alan J. McComas M.B. Professor of Biomedicine, McMaster University
Your personal story is so wonderful for all those who think they are “victims.” Your life will be a model for self-empowerment, helping others with “new hope” to evolve as well.
Bruce Lipton PhD Author of The Biology of Belief and
The Science of Innate Intelligence
Eva Marsh shows us what matters most is not what other people think we can do but what we think we can do! Beyond being testament to her courage and determination Black Patent Shoes invites us all to consider the power of that insatiable curiosity in the shaping of our own lives.
Louise LeBrun author of Fully Alive From to 9 to 5 and
Phoenix Rising: The Freeing of Human Potential
You will enjoy reading Eva’s book and catching up on her life since the first edition. I recently reread the original book and it was like reading it the first time. I had forgotten the engaging style of writing and how quickly I became absorbed in her story.
Pat Mandy RN, MPA, CHE
Been meaning to be in touch all week. I finished your book some time ago and thoroughly enjoyed it. It’s so easy to read … just like sitting having a chat with you. You did a wonderful job of it. Even the “technical” parts are simply enough explained that I got the gist of them. Well done! Gladys Hamilton