Author Dee Shaffer walks through her journey of trauma and pain to show us how she discovered many of those answers we are all searching for. Just before she gave in to complete despair, she gave everything up to God, allowing him to be the cornerstone of all her decisions. As a result of this transition, she was finally able to receive his healing, know his peace, and experience his miraculous restorative power in every area of her life, including relationships that were beyond repair. God does not punish. God forgives, heals, and calls us closer to him. Why is God Punishing Me? profoundly illustrates this very process.
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Offers meaningful snapshot guidance to help you identify, manage, and overcome many challenging life situations. We all face difficult people at home and at work. This book will help you navigate these encounters and place you on higher ground. Also, learn what it is that others find magnetic about people. It is probably not what you think. This book will put a life coach in your back pocket and will illuminate a trail for you to walk.
Torment-The Emotional Parasite offers a quick but deep dive into emotional torment. Many are living with it but don’t know why it is there or how to get rid of it. This book offers creative insight into emotional torment, its origins, what sustains it, and how it grows. Often, we serve as its involuntary host, but we don’t have to continue. Learn about this painful freeloader and understand its lifecycle so that you can stop it well before it creates a stronghold.
A battered woman finds the will to escape an abusive relationship on the heels of yet another traumatic event. She sneaks out of her house in broad daylight and bravely escapes on foot through a dense and relenting forest. She discovers a barn and uses it for shelter, as the owner of the barn discovers her weeks later. His startled reaction turns to compassion as he begins to recognize her incredible strength and courage.
An accomplished, reclusive professor spends her winters in an old stone house in the mountains of remote northern scotland. She writes brilliant masterpieces that sit in the dust of the worn-out shelves- just waiting to be discovered. Her murdered body is discovered near the icy road leading to her home and it remains a mystery until an unexpected event and twist of fate exposes the truth.
Deceit, control, and suicide?
I think it is safe to say that I didn’t have the best upbringing. My mother is a vindictive, narcissistic, and manipulative woman.
I thought I had managed to escape her wicked grasp, but after Kelsey’s sudden death, I find myself back in the middle of my dysfunctional family.
Now it is just me and Leah left to fight for ourselves. I want to make sure she is safe, but Mother is not allowing me to see her much at all. I am doing all I can, but I am worried about her.
She doesn’t deserve to suffer through the upbringing that I had when I was younger. She deserves a real chance at making a successful life for herself.
I’m especially concerned because I don’t think Kelsey committed suicide like we are being told.
Do I think my mother is involved? I wouldn’t put anything past her at this stage.
One thing is for sure. I will do whatever it takes to find out…