Are you a fan of the non-fiction genre ? Find yourself constantly checking books out from the 920's in your local library? "For those who don't know what the 920's are, it is the Dewey Decimal Number for Biographies/Autobiographies.
When Ties Break - A Memoir on How to Thrive After Loss - Margaret Norton
When someone dies we all tend to suffer and grieve in different ways, some of us get back on our high horses and travel back to the life we were previously living ,just now with one less person in it and others can withdraw themselves like a little hermit crab and go into a depressed state of mind where as others who are so used to being the centre of attention can milk up as much sympathy as they can and thrive on the fact that they just lost somebody close to them, it's one of the many pawns in their games.
Loss just isn't when somebody dies though it can be stem off many reasons including Divorce, abuse, abortion, excommunication, chronic illness, homelessness, death, bankruptcy, sibling rivalry, adultery, single parenthood, drug addiction, low self-esteem, depression . A person may suffer one , two or unfortunately all of these.
In When Ties Break , our author suffered unfortunately all of the above and When Ties Break is her story that people have raved as different, exceptional, and inspirational , The book chronicles Margaret's life and tales as she goes through and lives each one of the above challenging and sometimes terrifying problems. Through God's help and her own courage and perseverance, Margaret not only thrived after loss but came out on top with a new energy, a renewed spirit, and a sense of worth."
When Ties Break is a book that I recommend everyone who has ever felt that their is no hope left in the world to read as we witness a women who could have given up numerous times , over and over again pick herself up with God's guidance and help and overcome her loss not only on top of it all but came out through the shadows of darkness a new person.
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