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In our lives we all have had traumatic moments. Moments that we really know that God is with us but we seem to be running on true survival mode and once it is over we feel lost or a tad confused by what actually just happened. Sometimes these moments cause physiological damage that we really never even realize is there. We struggle because we know how we are suppose to feel and yet we can’t. We want to get back to doing normal everyday things and yet even those seem way to hard. We suffer quietly because we think no one will understand that there truly may be a problem.
In the book Take Courage by Jennifer Ebenback she shares her story. Jennifer talks about her struggle with PTSD, adrenal fatigue and panic attacks. While reading it you find that you are not alone there are other people out there that truly understand what you are going through. Now this book does not provide a treatment plan. Instead it offers spiritual hope. As she shares her story with you she openly shares every horrifying feeling and ends with the hope and peace that she found.
If you or someone you know are suffering with stress, adrenal fatigue, PTSD, panic or any other anxiety issues then this is certainly the book for you. You will walk away feeling that there is hope. You also will find that you are not allow. These are common problems that we all can face at some point or another. There is light at the end of the tunnel and Take Courage reminds you that you are not alone.
Until Next Time Just Keep Soaring 4 Him,
~~~~If you suffer from any of the above mentioned then you may need to seek medical attention. This book does not provide you with medical instruction. Its purpose is to provide you with spiritual healing.I would like to invite you to my Facebook group Christian Homemakers in Training where we dive into homemaking, motherhood, marriage and group devotions. After all, we all need a safe place to grow together, right?