Commit to Change highlights common traps that we all face that override peace, including insecurity, shame, disappointment, anger, rejection, and loneliness.Neva Welsh, a longtime registered nurse active in social and church activities, examines how to overcome unacceptable patterns to successfully navigate change. She recognizes however, that finding peace and a new identity is not easy.
But by sharing real-life experiences, dreams, humor, and personal truths with candor, she helps you:
examine and overcome human frailties, such as pain, emptiness, guilt, and addictions;
realize and accept that ignoring issues that need resolution will rob us of energy, joy, and contentment;
embrace your true identity and guide others through rough times to victory.
The author also makes the case that we are more alike than we realize - whether we are rich or poor, young or old, educated or illiterate, a prisoner of a penal system or a prisoner of the soul. Regardless of who we are, we can all make progress by recognizing our faults and making better choices.
By employing the metaphor of birth, this life-changing guide will help you escape what's been dragging you down so you can move toward freedom.
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About the Author
Neva Welsh is the wife of a retired military man, mother, and grandmother. She held many positions as a registered nurse, including administrative and supervisory positions. Welsh is involved in women's maximum-security prison ministries as an Aglow International Regional Prison coordinator. She is skilled in combining wisdom and truth with action and has the ability to discern needs and solutions without prejudging.