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This memoir includes sketches from the life of Linda Louise: a brother who died from premature old age, living in the attic of a nursing home as a child, sexual abuse, verbal abuse, neglect, post traumatic syndrome after a car accident—finally gaining the courage to find her way—her voice—to overcome the isolation that accompanies the traumas and difficulties of life. She writes to help others find healing, and to inspire others to be who they are destined to be. It's a book of hope and faith, to live life today, and not put it off to the tomorrows.
“It was compelling! GREAT BOOK that will touch many people’s lives!”— Trinity (Tate Publishing)
When you look in the mirror, who do you see--what do you see? Are you living the desires of your heart? Do you long to awaken with a joy and feel happy to be alive? This book is a compassionate and conclusive work written in a fresh style. You will stay engaged as Linda Louise fits the bits and pieces of her life together to fill the emptiness that years for worth and loving acceptance. In her compelling story, she reveals the dynamics of a life riddled with shame and contempt. Inside these pages, Linda shares her experiences to inspire hope and how she found the freedom to express who she was born to be. You will never question the hope that fills the words written here.