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From Surviving Stroke to Thriving, Leroy McClure Jr.’s Inspirational Journey Unveiled in “Life is Good: Post Stroke: I am Now Better, Not Bitter”

In a tale of resilience and unwavering optimism, Leroy McClure invites readers to embark on a transformative journey through his gripping memoir.

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Leroy McClure’s story is a testament to the idea that, even in the face of adversity, one can emerge stronger, more resilient, and with a profound sense of purpose.

Faced with the challenges of life after a stroke, Leroy chose the path of becoming better, not bitter, and discovered profound growth and strength in the process. “Life is Good: Post Stroke: I am Now Better, Not Bitter” is an uplifting testament to the power of a positive attitude, belief in a higher purpose, and the healing force of faith.

I knew I had to have a good attitude and believe God had a better plan for me,” says Leroy. His remarkable journey unfolds through the lens of almost two years of therapeutic exploration at The Centre of Neuro Skills, where he not only found physical rehabilitation but also discovered the therapeutic benefits of documenting his experiences.

The memoir invites readers to vicariously walk with Leroy as he recounts his miraculous journey, from the initial days of vulnerability to the triumphant moments leading up to his discharge. Through his transparent storytelling, Leroy shares the intricacies of his post-stroke life, emphasizing the importance of embracing frailties, fostering personal growth, and harnessing inner strength.

Sometimes in life, we must decrease in order for Him to increase. Less in life can be more,” Leroy reflects, encouraging readers to find solace in the notion that challenges can be a conduit for positive transformation. The memoir delves into the profound impact of Leroy’s changed perspective on life, particularly in the context of his 25-year marriage, which not only endured but flourished post-stroke.

Readers will discover how Leroy’s renewed sense of gratitude to God has not only made him a better person but has also deepened his appreciation for the true priorities in life.

Find strength in adversity, and embrace the transformative power of a positive mindset. Get a copy of “Life is Good: Post Stroke: I am Now Better, Not Bitter” by Leroy McClure. Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and ReadersMagnet Bookstore!

“Life is Good: Post Stroke: I am Now Better, Not Bitter”
Author: Leroy McClure Jr.
Genre: Non-fiction
Publisher: ReadersMagnet LLC
Published date: Nov. 3, 2023

Leroy McClure Jr., CALT, LDTCEO/Founder of FOCUS Learning Academy and Triple-A Educational Services, is an advocate for educating African American and minority children with dyslexia and ADHD. McClure is the only U.S. African-American male Certified Academic Language Therapist (CALT) and a Licensed Dyslexia Therapist (LDT).

In 1983, he graduated from Mayville State University in North Dakota with a Bachelor of Science degree in computer engineering. McClure was awarded a contract from the Texas Education Agency (TEA) to open a charter school named FOCUS Learning Academy. As the CEO/Founder, McClure manages a $10 million budget with 120 employees serving more than 1,200 students.

The school was a recognized campus and the first charter school in Texas history to win a boy’s state basketball title. McClure is the author of “The Shot Doctor: Nothin’ But Net and Why Sammy Still Can’t Read.” He’s an advocate for Triple-A: Attitude. Academics and Athletics.

He believes your attitude determines your success; you must learn to read before you read to learn and how to become a winner, even in losing situations. These lessons are highlighted in all of his books.

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