Today we are kicking off Dr. Mona Balogh's online book tour.
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ONLINE BOOK TOUR CALENDAR
SEPTEMBER 25, 2020
1. ONLINE BOOK TOUR LAUNCH
www.onlinebooktours.com and @BookDetour Instagram
Online book tours kicks off with an author spotlight!
SEPTEMBER 28, 2020
2. BABEL 2015 BLOG REVIEW
India-based avid reader, Kritrisha, provides a review
SEPTEMBER 29, 2020
3. BELLADONA'S BOOKS REVIEW
By Avid book blogger and Netgalley reviewer Dawn Thomas
OCTOBER 1, 2020
4. BIBLIOPHILE INSTAGRAM REVIEW
By Bookstagrammer, Amber Machado
OCTOBER 7, 2020
5. BOOK SANTA FE REVIEW
By Dale Travous
OCTOBER 9, 2020
6. EVA LAZAR GOODREADS & IG STORY REVIEW
By Bookstagrammer and Goodreads Avid Reader Eva Lazar
On her Instagram Story and on her Goodreads profile
OCTOBER 12, 2020
7. "CHOICES" GUEST POST
Dr. Balogh's post "My Failed Online Bookstore Turned Me into a Blogger" featured on Madeline Sharples Blog
OCTOBER 14, 2020
8. BAKING BOOKSTAGRAM REVIEW
By Sara Catherine
OCTOBER 23, 2020
9. JESSICA BOOKSTAGRAM REVIEW
By Jessica Morris
OCTOBER 26, 2020
10. CREATE WRITE NOW
Dr. Blalogh Guest Post on Mari McCarthy's Writing Blog
OCTOBER 27, 2020
11. RANDOM BOOK REVIEWS
By Lou Hurr
OCTOBER 28, 2020
12. LOSTWISPOFCOSMICDUST BOOKSTAGRAM REVIEW
ABOUT THE BOOK
Over the course of twenty-seven years treating patients in emergency rooms, Dr. Mona Balogh observed a tendency - from diabetes to addiction - for some people to chronically use ERs to address their disease when lifestyle changes could help their condition immensely.
How to Stay Out of My Emergency Room addresses a panoply of bad habits and addictions through captivating stories of Dr. Balogh’s interactions with patients who repeatedly returned to her emergency room due to their tendency to avoid making lifestyle changes.
The second part of the book moves into action, presenting a roadmap to creating healthy new habits complete with worksheets. By applying the Eastern concept of balance of opposing forces with the 12 Steps and Vipassana-inspired meditations, the book provides a foundation for the reader to help themselves escape from whatever unhealthy rut in which they find themselves. And In a series of powerful meditations we get in touch with our Higher Self.
How to Stay Out of My Emergency room calls upon time-honored principles to help us stop blaming everybody and everything around us and use tools outlined in the book to fulfill the vision that we have for ourselves and our life.
Not since the 7 Habits of Effective People has there been an “instruction manual” that powerfully presents such a positive program of living. This book will be useful to the health professional, the caregiver and for anyone who is ready to do what is necessary to transform their lives and become their very best self.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Mona Balogh is a retired emergency physician who received her medical degree at Southwestern Medical School. After she completed her residency in emergency medicine at Los Angeles County + University of Southern California Medical Center, Dr. Balogh worked in emergency rooms throughout Los Angeles. She also provided free healthcare to underserved populations in Los Angeles, and in Baja, California, with the Flying Samaritans.
Dr. Balogh discovered her passion for alternative medicine at an addiction medicine seminar, where she learned to combine evidence-based Western philosophies with Eastern therapies. Since then, Dr. Balogh has studied traditional Chinese medicine, herbal and homeopathic therapies, and acupuncture. She lives with her husband, Endre, in Chatsworth, California.
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