Our journey from the cradle to the grave is a long and sometimes painful one. Those who suffer loss know this all too well. To lose someone close unexpectedly can bring even the strongest among us to our knees. It raises questions. Is there a purpose to life, or is it random and meaningless? Why would I live to a ripe old age, and my youngest son die such an early death? These are life's toughest questions, and "Healing a Broken Heart- Biblical Support/Practical Advice" was written to tackle these issues head-on.
We can either allow us to let circumstances make us better, or bitter. You don't have to sit paralyzed and grief-stricken, allowing precious time to slip away. There are strategies you can put in place to move through the grieving process without becoming mired in it. Passivity is your enemy. Each day you put your foot forward is a day you grow stronger. You cannot erase the past, but you can carve out a future. Using Biblical verse, personal testimony and a glimpse into the lives of famous people who triumphed over adversity, you will begin to develop your own path to success and happiness. You have been discouraged and heart-broken long enough....the world needs you back!
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About the Author
I was born in 1955 in Brockport, New York. I grew up on Lake Ontario, and knew what a real show bank looked like. I was interested in music at a young age, and took up piano and organ.As time passed I worked for the government, and after 36 years, decided to retire.. My world changed when I suddenly lost my youngest son, who passed at the young age of 29. It made my writing more important, and my message more needed. The seasons of life bring many changes, and my book chronicles those changes, and discusses how to walk away stronger from a brush with tragedy.