ROSWELL, GA: Up Until Now: Inspired Stories from Real People on How to Embrace Your Fear, Move Forward and Transform Your Life rocketed to the top of the best seller lists in a number of categories in multiple countries including the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, France, Australia and more.
Up Until Now is a compilation of true stories from everyday people who were hurting, anxiety ridden, distraught and broken hearted Up Until Now…These amazing souls faced their fears and stepped out in Faith; mentally, physically, spiritually, emotionally, and financially. That decisiveness of action facilitated massive transformation in a positive way.
Featured author Steven Dotson, DC shares his story along with others in this moving book, designed to give the reader a quick dose of inspiration.
Real people from all around the world share their true stories of pain, heartache, grief and loss. They share their moments of overcoming and creating a renewed hope and reality after the storm settles. It’s all Up Until Now…because their stories do not end there!
Through these stories of transformation, the reader will feel the genuine and authentic hearts of each of the authors as they write about job loss, navigating a messy divorce, surviving the death of a loved one, being financially devastated and more. All facing circumstances that seem overwhelming and unsurmountable.
The resounding theme of overcoming is captured in these emotionally charged stories. This book serves as a collective voice to anyone who is struggling, stuck, scared, depressed, and looking for something bigger while praying for some glimmer of hope.
About Steven Dotson, DC
Dr. Steven Dotson is proud to call Texas home and is the owner of Cornerstone Health and Wellness, a chiropractic clinic offering acute, corrective, and wellness care. Steve and his beautiful wife, Melanie have been married for twenty years. They have three amazing children: Payton, Ian, and Mia. Steve is an Army Veteran and served seven years as a Military Police officer.
The Army gave him the opportunity to work in other countries such as Germany, the Netherlands, Norway, Denmark, Turkey, Italy, Kuwait, and Iraq. At the request of his mother, he left the Army to help with the family business. Steve always had the desire to work in healthcare and decided to become a physical therapist. That direction changed while visiting family in Vietnam.
After a few days of being in the country, he contracted the flu. He felt as if he was on his death bed. He was treated by an uncle with acupuncture, cupping, Gua Sha, hydration, and adjustments. It was the spinal adjustments that made him feel instant relief and, in that moment, he found chiropractic care to be the vehicle to his life’s purpose.
“The doctor of the future will give no medicine, but will interest his patient in the care of the human frame, in diet, and in the cause and prevention of disease” – THOMAS EDISON