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A Prisoner in Your Own Skin

Do you feel trapped by bitterness and self-hatred? These and other emotional wounds seem too overwhelming to even deal with. You can’t imagine gaining freedom from them. I am here to tell you that freedom is within your grasp, if you are willing to do what is necessary to secure your release. There are two critical steps you must take to begin your healing:
Step One: Change begins with choice. You alone have to make the decision to move forward. In my book, Redemption, Madison Turner is bound by her pain and bitterness and she is on a path to self-destruction. The whispers of her redemption come in the form of an old friend. During this relationship, Madison gains the courage to change direction. Yet it isn’t enough to decide to make a change. That’s only the beginning.
Step Two: Be aware of and honest about yourself. Once you have established that you are ready to change, you must face the issues that bind you. Sounds simple, doesn’t it? When Madison is confronted with bold, unconditional love, her first response is to resist, but her resistance is soon broken down. She sees the ugly truth about herself and how she got there. Only then does she receive the keys to her freedom.
My dear friends, freedom is costly, but the rewards are priceless.


    • I feel badly that I have neglected many of these comments for so long. I’m glad the words helped you. Right now I am working on writing books, so I haven’t done a blog in months. Take care. Love and blessings.

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