It is no secret that I think crochet is an amazing healing therapeutic tool. Still, I love hearing other people say it! That’s why I wanted to share with you today an excerpt from a book review of Crochet Saved My Life that is about exactly that.
Psych Central’s Caroline Comeaux Lee recently gave Crochet Saved My Life a positive review, calling it a worthwhile read. In her review, she also shared her own story:
“I began crocheting when I was 19. It was the most stressful point in my life. I had just started my first semester of college, had moved to a different state where I knew no one, and to top off that ice cream sundae of life’s situations, I had been diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor three days before I moved to the school.
Once I learned the initial basic stitches, I was hooked (pun intended). I spent hours in my dorm room crocheting scarves or just crocheting a single stitch over and over. I would go into a completely meditative state and even if there was music or a TV on in the background, I never really absorbed what I was hearing. Now, many years later, crochet is my go-to therapy. In moments of stress and anxiety, my fingers begin to itch for the feel of the hook in one hand and the yarn in the other.”
Did you know that you can get a copy of Crochet Saved My Life as well as a copy of my next book, Haak om te genezen, by contributing $30 to my current fundraising campaign?