Karen's Reviews > Chains Be Broken: Finding Freedom from Cutting, Anxiety, Depression, Anorexia, and Suicide

Chains Be Broken by Shannon Rowell
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Aug 24, 2010

it was amazing

A deeply moving, thought-provoking story of a young woman who struggles with tremendous and life-threatening challenges in her young life. This book explores an individual's search for identity and fit within her family. A must-read for everyone who has fought depression, loss of identity and eternal questions about the meaning of life itself.

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