This is the part of the book where I’m supposed to convince you that reading this book is worthwhile. I wish I didn’t have to. I wish I never had to write it. I wish my best friend hadn’t killed himself. But brokenness exists. And, my friend did kill himself.
I go through most days feeling broken and having thoughts of suicide. So, here’s my book to you. I didn’t write it to make a lot of money, but out of a need to survive. It is born out of my story. I write about things in this book that made life easier, and at times, probably kept me alive. No one should have to wait to tell their story until they have everything figured out, and that’s what I’m trying to make sure you don’t have to do. Here are some things I’d like you to think about as you consider reading this book.
•Feel like you have to pretend you’re not broken, and pray that your struggle doesn’t get passed on to your kids?
•Feel overwhelmed with inadequate boundaries and need help knowing where to draw the line with people?
•Get those check-in sheets every time you go to your therapist and can’t make sense out of the scale you’re using?
•Feel lost between faith and sanity, success and failure, hope and helplessness?
If you feel broken, I wrote this for you. $0.99 on Kindle.