Genre: Adult Memoir
Source: I received a copy to facilitate my review. The opinions expressed here are my own.
We all have problems. It is how we look at and handle those problems that shape us into the person that we are. Maggie Miller lived a life filled with abuse, fear and abandonment. She lived in survival mode most of her life. Maggie kept searching for someone to help her with her problems only to find more of the same. Many in her life truly loved her, but were stuck in the same patterns she was stuck in. She searched for and found God and a few wonderful people to help guide her. One thing that I had to really think about was forgiveness. I thought about my first marriage. I realized that even though I’ve been remarried for almost twenty-four years, as I would talk about things that happened in my first marriage I would become almost as angry as I was before. I had to ask if I had truly forgiven or just paid it lip service. There are lessons to be learned from this wonderful woman. She is not just telling her story. She is giving all of us hope no matter what our journey is. This is one of those books you want to pass along and have them pass along. You never know who it will help.