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The Mansion Across the Street: Abundantly Beyond All That We Ask or Think

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Have your dreams been dashed upon the rocks with every new wave of life? Was your voice drowned long ago in a sea of woe? Between the covers of this book, you will find the hope you have long been seeking. You will find the courage to take back the voice you need to make your dreams a reality. You will begin to build a new future grounded on a solid rock. In this inspiring ...more
Paperback, 141 pages
Published May 1st 2012 by Tate Publishing & Enterprises
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Wendy Jones
Aug 25, 2012 Wendy Jones rated it it was amazing
In this book the Author Rose Anne Daniels, gives an honest and brave account of her life, particularly her struggles with bipolar disorder. Having had a somewhat difficult and, in some ways, unconventional upbringing, her early life was not the easiest. Then in her twenties she was diagnosed with Bipolar disorder and committed to a psychiatric hospital without her consent. This could be a book which is as depressing as the disorder, but it is not. It is full of hope and courage and her faith in ...more
Maureen Timerman
Aug 29, 2012 Maureen Timerman rated it it was amazing
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I found this book to be such a heart warming read. Faced with adversity Rose Anne Daniels, puts a face to mental illness.
When in her twenties she is put in a Psychiatric Hospital, in the end with the Grace of God, she forgives everyone. I felt so bad with what she went through, and when her marriage failed.
She was so young when she started her first paying job, de-tasseling corn. I know first hand how hard a job that is, and not really one for a girl, was hard enough on boys. Her family was dif
Anne Gooch
Jan 19, 2013 Anne Gooch rated it it was amazing
I was given a copy of this book by the author, Rose Anne Daniels to read and review for my honest review.

I don't have bipolar disorder but I have known others that do and I really never knew what it was like for them. Rose Ann Daniels allows the readers a personal look into her life as a person that suffers from bipolar disorder. I love Rose Anne's writing style and how this is a true Christian book. I haven't read her 1st book so I don't feel I lost out on anything by skipping it and reading t
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Aug 22, 2012
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