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ST FRESNO, TX, May 25, 2017 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Carmella's new book, "7 Steps to Push Through Diabetes Overwhelm" became a reality when she thought about the number people succumbing to the harsh realities of diabetes who were never equipped to succeed. In her book, Carmella shares her own struggles with learning of her son's diabetes, and what their family did to overcome. The steps she outlines teach others how to find the peace in dealing with what can be a complicated disease.
In a recent interview with Steve Kidd, CEO of Kidd Marketing and the host of the "Thriving Entrepreneur" radio show, Carmella said, "This book came about because I realized that we want them (diabetics) to do well, we tell them to eat well, and live well, but a lot of them just really don't know what to do. It just made me mad, honestly, it made me mad to know that we have this many people going blind and losing limbs when they were never really truly equipped to succeed in their diabetes management to begin with. So I just wanted to get a message out to them to let them know that they can LIVE, that they can have a better life and they don't have to worry about all of these terrible things that can happen, if they would do a few simple things."
"Just do a little something for today, forgive yourself for yesterday and do what you can do right, right now! People can get this book at Amazon right now, you'll be glad that you did, it will help you and others in your life." -Steve Kidd, CEO Kidd Marketing, Thriving Entrepreneur host.
Carmella Bell is a best-selling author, Diabetes Success Coach & Strategist, who earned a bachelor's and a master's degree in Psychology. She is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate and the founder of A Diabetic Type Life Coaching and Consulting Company. Carmella is a natural born advocate who embodies the gift of encouragement. She has motivated, inspired and transformed the lives of others since 2004 with her no nonsense, yet loving approach to coaching.
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