Dying to be Angry is a daring story of courage. After a lifetime of repressed anger, author Holland Meissner recounts tales of abuse, crooked justice, and betrayal that forced her to abandon her role as a victim and triumph as a new spirit. Determined to relieve herself of mental poison that a toxic childhood had birthed, she frantically plummets into a cataclysmic journey and strips herself of life as she knows it. Shedding the private world she created in order to cope, Holland reveals the unheard of tale of the making of an angry woman and the triumphant journey that helped her conquer her demons and defiantly reclaim her own voice. Authentic and mischievous, this is the shameless anthem of the repressed woman and the repossession of her life.
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About the Author
Holland Meissner is a self-proclaimed philocalist. On any given day she can be found nurturing her plants, cooking, photographing, singing, and writing. Surrounding herself with all things beautiful is her goal and her mantra is art is medicine.
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I haven't read a book in a long time. But, when she said she was holding on to her cousin as she fel asleep, I felt like I was right there in the bed with them. No child should have to go through this.