Many times in my adult life, I have had what I would call an qawake out-of-body experience.q During these times, I was peeking in at my life in a dream state; thinking this cannot be my life. I found myself asking the questions of what happened to the child who outsmarted the world and what happened to the teen who had all the answers and confidence to boot, and the young adult who never settled for can't. Well, somewhere along the way, the only thing left of who I was once was, were just shreds of an almost non-existent life. Now, don't get me wrong, there were some good times along the way, but it certainly was not always smooth sailing. But what came later in life was no comparison to the early years. Not that long ago, my life was filled with disappointment, brokenness, worry, anxiety, and fear. I survived breakups and breakdowns, sadness and pain, grief and loss beyond description, all of which led to a one-way ticket to Depression Central. Getting off the road to depression was very difficult for me, but there is no job too hard for God. If you can relate to the paralyzing despair that I went through, then please know that I fellowship with you and understand the grip depression and anxiety can have on your life. However, I want you to know that your destination does not have to be a one-way ticket to the land of despair, instead, your journey can bring you to a place of joy and peace if you simply trust and believe in God.their niece, and how well I wrote, for sometimes I bring a few poems, plays, and fashion books. ... We have some long bouts with sex, but the most of our encounters were quick, when everybody had gone to sleep, because 95% of the ... Ice Cubea#39;s lethal Injection could not come at a better time, because I was somewhat happy, but scared for Reese, my grades, work, and afraid of letting my mother down.
|Title||:||In the Arms of Baby Hop|
|Publisher||:||AuthorHouse - 2006-10-01|