People often ask Sarah, 'How did you forgive your alcoholic mother?'
How do you forgive someone who carelessly brushed aside your pain, who caused such destruction, and who doesn't show remorse? How do you know when to stay and when to go?
In The Complicated Heart, you will travel through Sarah's story with her, from age fourteen and beyond, as she wrestles with these very questions. Prepare yourself: she holds nothing back.
If you've struggled with a difficult relationship, if you've felt torn-up and crazy and confused because of it, if you just want to know how to move forward and be okay, this story is for you.
Dysfunction does not have to be your destiny or your identity.
Victory is on the table.
What's more: you'll not only travel with Sarah, you'll travel with her mom as well as you hear her mom's journal entries and letters. What goes on in the mind of the person who hurt you the most? In this story, you'll get a rare peek into that mind and heart.
- "Dysfunction is not my Legacy"
Sarah is so open and honest with her book. It has really helped me with my difficult relationships with my parents. When feelings of defeat and depression set in the Spirit reminds me of the sentence she used before it was even released that "dysfunction is not my legacy" My children can grow up without it because of Jesus but also because of Sarah Mae and her heart for the broken finding healing. ((I was part of her book launch team so i received an ebook for free but i also bought this book and truly believe in it whole heartedly.))
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