The Destroyer Desires Your Faith, Not Your Soul

The Destroyer Desires Your Faith, Not Your Soul : Surviving Grief, Loss, Depression, Doubt & Loneliness

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Life is full of trials, tribulations, heartache just as much as it is full of joy, excitement, and success. Learning how to recognize, understand, and win the battle during those times in life that challenge many of us is the key to being victorious. How do we learn this...by listening to those who have made the journey. Those willing to share their Truth - in simple and easy to understand ways. That is what I attempted to do. Share my journey with grief after experiencing the loss of my 22 year old son. High school, careers, and home-study programs do NOT prepare you for tragedy. They prepare you for life.After six years of paralyzing grief, I decided it was time to start sharing my Truth --- and as I shared what I had experienced in "When Momma's Cry, The Darkside of Yearning; Grief after the Loss of a Child." --- I knew I was born to write --- not as an English professor writes, but write my Truth.Truth became the most powerful weapon in my ability to begin to function again. Slowly, at a snail's pace....but to function, to begin to accept the fact that I was still alive and death was not coming for me. Not yet.This is one more tool in my arsenal of Truth for those looking for answers as they struggle with grief, loss, depression, and loneliness. Please also take a look at "Tomorrow Is Waiting" and "Awaken to Our Enchanted Universe".Yes, we are our brothers keepers and if there be any good thing come from the tragedy our family experienced may it be that I have been able to ease the pain for others.In love always,Cindyshow more

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  • Paperback | 82 pages
  • 127 x 203.2 x 5.33mm | 145.15g
  • Createspace Independent Pub
  • English
  • 1507714440
  • 9781507714447