article rewriter title David “Diane” Dobrik wrote her father’s memoir, Diane’s Story, in 1995 and has sold more than 70 million copies worldwide.
David Dobriks book, which is still the best-selling book of his entire career, has been called the bible of the autism community.
In an interview with the New York Times in 2013, Dobrik described how he got the idea for the book, and what inspired him to write it.
“My father was in the midst of a major medical crisis,” Dobrik said.
“And he had been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.
He was dying.
And I saw this little piece of paper, this one letter, on his bedroom wall, and I was like, ‘Wow!
This is what this illness looks like.'”
Diane Dobrik, who is 94, wrote her memoir after she learned she was born with the disease.
Diane told the Times that her father had a terminal illness and his family tried to save him by raising money to donate his organs.
She said that while her father was dying, he was unable to speak and struggled to keep his eyes open.
“He was so weak, so weak and helpless,” Diane said.
After Diane’s father passed away, she said her father went to a doctor, who prescribed oxygen.
But he could not breathe because of his illness.
When she asked for more oxygen, the doctor told her to go to her father, who was lying in bed.
She was able to get him up, and he told her he could still breathe.
“So I’m standing in a room with my father in the room, and my father is laying on the bed,” she recalled.
“I don’t remember the last thing he said to me, but I do remember being there and he’s telling me, ‘I have a heart attack, and you need to get up, you need oxygen.
And that’s when I knew I was ready to write.”
The book, written in the late 1990s, has sold millions of copies worldwide, and it has been translated into 16 languages.
“Diana’s Story” tells the story of a young woman who finds solace in reading, and also how her life as an adult has changed in the years since her father passed.
“The book has inspired me to be more of a mom, to become a teacher, to teach the children,” Diane Dobryk said in a statement.
“As a result, Diane has helped to change the way I think about people with autism.”