Catherine Denton takes you on a journey with her family before she was born, through her childhood, and beyond to the present time. You discover along with her how and why she came to be diagnosed with bipolar disorder. You feel the pain of her wanting to die, the torn relationships, the desperate search for a way to feel better using every modality that comes across her path.
Then with the mention of one phrase, she is catapulted into a restorative model of recovery and wholeness that the ancients knew well but was not easily accepted in these modern times. Walk with Catherine as she discovers a way to get what she desires- Hope & Healing.
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|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
Catherine Denton, Ph.D. is a metaphysician living in the Tennessee foothills of the Great Smoky Mountain National Park. She is the daughter of a retired Army veteran of Vietnam and she is a Navy Reserve veteran, having served during Desert Storm. She has traveled extensively in the U.S. and in several places abroad. Dr. Denton has had a varied work life where she counts as a biscuit-maker at a fast-food chain, electrician's helper on a construction job, seamstress & pageant wear designer for a children's store, and a medical office/surgical nurse among her many jobs.
Catherine began her writing career as a child crafting plays that she and her siblings would perform for her parents. Her professional career began in 2000 with the purchase of a desktop computer and a paying gig at a local tourist paper with her own byline- The Foothills Rambler.
When Catherine's life fell apart and her diagnosis of bipolar occurred she began documenting her life even as she progressed into despair. She lived to tell the tale and now she mentors others in similar circumstances to become their own healers using holistic health practices. Besides being a published author, she takes on private clients for Reiki and Intuitive Spiritual Counseling.