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A Woman Disabled with Multiple Sclerosis Bravely Meets Life’s Challenges with Courage, Wisdom, and a Profane Sense of Humor.

Renae Clare has lived with the devastating disease, multiple sclerosis, including paralysis, depression and fatigue for over 40 years.

This deeply personal account, Potty Mouth, was written as a series of essays after each of her psychotherapy sessions. Her therapist, Dr. Cinzia LeValds recommended

 putting the writings all together into book form feeling that Renae’s completely open and honest voice would help a great many people. Renae has dealt with abuse, with loss, with aging and her disability with multiple sclerosis.

Renae’s wickedly profane sense of humor shows her optimistic spirit rising above even the most depressing and difficult of times. Potty Mouth is gut wrenching, truthful and at times laugh out loud funny. It was written for the purpose of forgiving and healing Renae Clare’s past and as such there are many things In Potty Mouth that she had never spoken of before beginning therapy. This inspiring book was written with the thought of helping not only herself but others to find the inner strength and inner peace necessary to get through the many obstacles she has come up against in her life.

Although she has multiple sclerosis, Renae’s triumphant spirit shines through and she is an inspiration to everyone she meets.

Potty Mouth includes practical guides to finding help for disabled people and how to restore and keep self confidence and self worth.

Renae Clare’s book hides nothing.