Loss, love, crises of faith and anguish are a part of being human. If lucky, pain brings insight that enables healing. Over the course of several years, I experienced all of the highs and lows of relationships (each more than once). To cope, I wrote. I wrote to myself. I wrote to those I loved. I wrote to those I lost. I wrote to those who I just wanted to see that I was coping. And I wrote to nobody in particular. Through it all, my words brought me comfort. But something surprising happened. I learned that my words brought comfort to others. My struggle was their struggle. I articulated what they were feeling, but could not say. As I counseled myself, I was also counseling them. This book shares those insights. The insights hurt - at least they did at the time. But they also brought healing and a life now filled with happiness.
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About the Author
Dan Shulman is a Jewish lawyer. In that sense, he is completely unremarkable. But, he is also a writer, thinker, father, teacher, spiritual guide, lover and friend. This book represents his breakthrough, achieved over the course of several years as he made peace and found inspiration through heartache. This book represents his path to finding a healthy, loving relationship, and being found by God.
Dan is a father of three boys residing in the Chicago area.
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Look, i know im not your brother or matthias but this is going to far... if you need i can be the bandage over your heart untill he comes back. Dont do something you wont regret