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The She Book v2 - cover

The She Book v2

Tanya Markul

Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing

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An intimate collection of modern prose, poems, and quotes about surviving dark times. It's about telling your story...A resilient journey through a season of loneliness, as cycle of heartache, and a year of depression–this is what she unexpectedly found within the depths of her brokenness and how she emerged stronger.This book unapologetically explores the feeling, healing, and revealing of depression and the power of asking for help and being open to receiving support from nature and others, while giving a creative and empowering voice to emotional pain.As I weptin the arms of darkness,I heard the voice of my grandmother say, Nothing stays the same, darling,not even pain.Life is a path of change.Of ecstasy and ache.So, no matter what the storm claims,let love light the way.

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