We've all experienced that moment where we wish we could start all over again. Failed marriages, lost friends, addictions, lost jobs. This is not the life we imagined. Yesterday can sometimes leave us stuck, sad, shamed, scared, and searching. Sheila Walsh encourages readers to face the pain head on and then start again, from right where they are. She shares that when she discovered "I'm not good enough and I'm good with that," everything started to change.
In It's Okay Not to Be Okay, Walsh helps women overcome the same old rut of struggles and pain by changing the way they think about God, themselves, and their everyday lives. She shares practical, doable, daily strategies that will help women move forward one step at a time knowing God will never let them down.
- An honestly open God-help resource from out of the heart that will set many-an-imprisoned heart free.
Sheila has read as her heart has written: slowly & beautifully clear as sincere, in touch with every feeling & situation described. I just love hearing this read out as I have loved reading every single bit of the sampler. PS. I am a pretty “bad reader”, often finding it hard to stay focused with keeping to, at times, halfway through a page sometimes, nevermind a chapter. I was absorbed as I read the sampler right to the very end, grateful that what I have often felt, was expressed for me, by someone who also knows what it is to “want to get it right”, but has also constantly experienced “missing the mark”. I love that Sheila says about this book not being a self-help book but a God-help book; exactly what I need!