“When you’re purchasing this book you’re not just purchasing a book, you’re also purchasing the idea that you’re going to be an ally for these people and hopefully change some of the parts of your life so that you can be an ally towards your friends and family that need help and possibly speak of yourself if you if you yourself also need help,” Cutting said. Josh isn’t making any money off of the book. He understands that just as he keeps himself physically healthy, mental health is just as vital to a persons well-being. That’s why he’s donating 100% of the book proceeds to the Brain and Behavior Research Foundation. You can find “The Invisible Enemy” by going to Josh’s website.
In this fictional thriller, the reader is taken through the five stages of grief and focuses on the main character learning to deal with his own mental health struggles through action and adventure. “This took about six months in total, being done is really, really satisfying,” Cutting said.
“If you can change the life of one person and possibly help them get through whatever they’re struggling with that might have a really, really good chain affect and help more people in the future,” Cutting said. He realized he could combine his love for writing with his passion for giving back. He wrote and published book titled, “The Invisible Enemy.”
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