As a #1 Amazon bestselling author of Daily Dose of Divine Inspirations for Mothers, Tia Titus has released another book entitled, Unexplainable Joy: My Triumphant Bout with Breast Cancer that describes her experience of still having unexplainable joy despite her breast cancer diagnosis.
Through this book, Tia wants to encourage the reader to develop pragmatic hope in everyday life through her journey of overcoming breast cancer and the road to triumph and healing.
By reading this book, the reader will discover the three key principles of developing unexplainable joy which are: Contentment, Confidence and Hope. Unexplainable Joy: My Triumphant Bout with Breast Cancer is a book that will help the reader internalize the meaning of unexplainable joy and how God is the critical factor in quest for one’s unexplainable joy. For those who have never found the unexplainable joy within themselves and seeking God while doing so, this book is a must read.
Tia Titus is the founder of H.E.L.P. Management Services, minister, transformation leader, author, speaker, entrepreneur, and community advocate whose inspiration springs from a combination of an innate gravitation toward helping women coming out of the criminal justice system and to influence them to think of having a mental game of life; because that's what freedom really is. In other words, she had to become a "freedom fighter" and know that she has the same DNA as her peers, while helping them to stay focused and help change their mindset to become productive citizens again.
It is a great honor for me to write the foreword for this very personal history of Mrs. Tia Titus. The title of her book ” Unexplainable Joy: My Triumphant Bout with Breast Cancer ” may seem odd in light of the diagnosis Mrs. Titus was given. However in reading her book one realizes that the title is quite appropriate.
I met Mrs. Titus in August of 2014. She was forty-eight years old and a medical work up revealed that she had breast cancer. The fact that she had no family history of breast cancer is not surprising since a family history does not exist for most patients. From the beginning of her journey with cancer, Mrs. Titus has demonstrated not only courage but an attitude that screamed “I will conquer this and I will not let cancer rain on my life.”
During my forty years of surgical practice, I have never had a patient with a more positive attitude in conquering this disease. She is not only a motivating force to others with this disease, but she has been and continues to be a motivating force in my practice.
Thank you again Mrs. Titus for allowing me to be a part of your journey.
- Robert L. DeWitty, Jr. M.D., Associate Professor of Surgery, Howard University Hospital