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If you enjoy reading personal stories about family, love, and triumph over challenge, you will thoroughly enjoy Wonderfully Human: A True Story of Love, Loss, and Freedom.
You’ll find great value in this book if you are experiencing any one of the following:
- dealing with a personal crisis
- caring for a loved one who is disabled or seriously ill
- caring for your children AND your aging, ill or disabled parents
- dealing with challenging family dynamics
- in emotional pain and seeking comfort
- wishing for relief from feelings of grief, sadness or anxiety
- exploring life’s big questions, such as, “What is this all for?”
- seeking purpose
- desiring to live a life with more ease and joy
Failure and success, effort and lethargy, happiness and sadness, peace and torment….are all cut from the same cloth, and as humans, we experience the entire spectrum. Though we will never understand the mystery of why this is, we can experience the beauty of “what is.”
Misery continues when we expect something of life that it cannot give us.
There is an indescribable sense of empowerment that comes from surrendering to those parts of your life that you wish weren’t so. Only from this place can we make the kind of choices that create real change to better any situation we find ourselves in.
Triumph over challenge is an interesting position to be in – living paradoxically with “what is” (that you wish never was), while living your new “what is” (that you’re forever grateful for.)
If you’re reading this and are currently struggling with an emotional crisis, you may not be ready yet to embrace your life, surrender to all that is part of it, and thrive in new territory. It’s alright. You’ll get there.
In the meantime, be kind to yourself. There’s no need to rush. There is never a need to rush. Everything is okay. You just don’t quite see it yet.
EMAIL: Lea@WonderfullyHuman.com, type LOSS COMFORT in the subject line, and a document I created called Dealing with Feelings of Loss, Getting Ready to Embrace Life Again will be emailed to you. I’ve included an original poem in this document that I hope will bring you comfort.
After reading Wonderfully Human, You’ll come to understand that having a life with no regrets doesn’t mean feeling good about everything you’ve said and done, it’s about feeling good about showing up, stumbling, readjusting, and being there with all your heart.
A big part of life isn’t about the details of what happens, it’s about the level of engagement you choose in response to what happens in life, or choosing not to engage at all.
Choosing to engage brings a richness to our lives and inspires an outpouring of creativity and connection with others, if we allow it…even during the most challenging times.
This book is an excellent example of the power of “choosing in” to life with compassion and authenticity, and how this courageous way of being enables us to feel a sense of all is well even in the midst of all that isn’t.
Wonderfully Human is best read in quiet moments. It’s meant to be enjoyed and will take you on a heartfelt journey about real, raw life – in all its glory and all its flaws, offering valuable insight into the depths of being human and all that is possible.
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