At the age of nine, Laura Bratton was diagnosed with an eye disease and faced the difficult reality that she would become blind. Over the next ten years Laura experienced the traumatic transition of adjusting to life without sight. In the following chapters, Laura shares the incredible journey of the first thirty years of her life. It is a journey that has been difficult, frustrating, overwhelming, and yet full of courage, joy, and love. Each page of the book shares the different ways that Laura experienced grit and gratitude in the face of adversity.
You will learn how to apply grit to each difficult situation and experience gratitude moment by moment regardless of the circumstances. Each chapter of this book gives real life stories that you can apply to your daily life as you overcome adversity. With determination, perseverance, and gratefulness you will overcome difficult circumstances.
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About the Author
Laura Bratton was born and raised in Greenville, South Carolina. She graduated from Arizona State University with honors in 2006 with a BA in Psychology. In 2010, Laura was the first blind student to graduate from Princeton Theological Seminary with a Masters of Divinity. Since 2011, Laura has been the senior pastor at Laurens Road United Methodist Church in Greenville, South Carolina. In 2015 Laura founded Ubi Global which is an organization that offers inspirational speaking and coaching services to people overcoming traumatic situations. http://ubiglobal.org