At some point in our lives, we all will come across some sort of disappointment, hurt, a loss or some tragic event. But how do we handle it?
What does Resilient mean? It means to be hardy, strong or tough. That is hard to do or to be in the times of trouble, tragedy or distress. Author Donna Gibbs is a licensed professional counselor, who in her book takes the reader through some steps to become resilient. She shares the secrets of building resilience that will help you in your time of anguish. She gives hands-on approaches to deal with the things life throws at you, to enable you to move on through the pain and suffering only to come out stronger in the end.
She gives sound, practical advice through the lens of a Christian worldview.
At the end of each chapter, you will find some “homework” or questions for you to work on which help enable the reader to move on or heal in their grief.
This is a wonderful book for those who just can’t seem to understand why something has happened or seem to be stuck in a period of pain, grief or anguish.
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