The woman behind Healing Words

Anita Neilson is an author, spiritual poet and blogger.  A graduate in 3 modern languages, she travelled, lived and worked in Europe before careers in business and education in Scotland.  She is now a self-employed writer, contributing to many mind, body, spirit and chronic illness publications.  She started this blog to focus  on the small acts of kindness and compassion which can make a big difference to the world around us—and are easily done from home!

Anita has Fibromyalgia and M.E. (Chronic Fatigue Syndrome) and through this blog she aims to show others in similar circumstances how they too can contribute to the world!  Through living a kinder, more compassionate life we can stay connected and make a positive contribution to the world around us.  

On this blog you will find spiritual poetry and inspirational posts on how to live a kinder life. 

Anita has published 3 books to date.  See details below:

You can also click on Books and Audio for more info!  

Available in ebook or paperback. For more details, reviews and to purchase, visit: Amazon UK Amazon US

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Available in ebook or paperback. For more details, reviews and to purchase, visit: Amazon UKAmazon US

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Available in ebook or paperback. For more details, reviews and to purchase, visit: Amazon UKAmazon US

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It’s not all about writing books for me. As I am mostly housebound, I love to spend time with my dog Amber. We go for short, gentle walks as she is quite aged nowadays. We share cuddles and treats and she seems to agree with everything I say (although I suspect she is now deaf!). My husband, who is also my carer, takes us on short drives at the weekends to favourite beaches and forest parks. We are so blessed to live on the edge of a lovely town in the west of Scotland. Our home faces onto a meadow where we often have horses, deer, buzzards and lots of dogs taking their owners for walks! The view changes every day and is my constant inspiration for blogs and poems. Here are a few of my favourite views:

5 thoughts

    • Thank you. It took me a while to realise I could still contribute to the world and help people through kindness even though I was mostly housebound. Gives you hope and contentment. Wonderful to connect. I look forward to following your blog.

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