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From Pain to Peace

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The healing begins with forgiveness!
Anger will eat away at your soul. It can turn to deep depression and can be emotionally debilitating. Bitterness and unforgiveness are emotional suicides that inflict constant pain and steal joy. When you reach this depth of despairwhen life seems like it will never be good againhow do you go on? How do you overcome a rage that burns l
Paperback, 160 pages
Published October 1st 2008 by Axiom Press Publishers (first published 2008)
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Cheryl Morgan
Mar 06, 2010 Cheryl Morgan rated it really liked it
If you've ever lost a child, this book can take you along way in recovering from that loss. Pat Bluth does a wonderful job of taking her reader on her journey of mourning the loss of her 17 year old daughter. Through the depression, rate and fury at the drunk driver who took her daughter, and on to the release of all that emotion in one moment of peace. It's a well written book and I highly recommend it to everyone.
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Pat Bluth is an author of From Pain to Peace—A Journey from Rage to Forgiveness, bereaved parent, licensed family therapist, grief facilitator, and speaker.
Pat holds a Master’s Degree in Community Counseling and is a certified Chemical Dependency Counselor. She has served as a Christian family therapist, facilitated hospice grief groups, and is a frequent speaker for Mothers Against Drunk Driving
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