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Journey with Grace: Finding Freedom Through a Transformed Life by Sarah Grace
Do you want to feel confident and comfortable in your own skin? When we decide to improve ourselves the ripple effect on others is contagious. When we feel comfortable in our own skin the benefit can be redemptive for those we love. What does your ripple look like? Unpacking your personal journey and seeing what is really going on emotionally at a deeper level, is a challenge, yet also a privilege that each of us can go through. Reading this book can turn confusion into clarity, fear into peace, anxiety into creativity, doubt into trust. You will discover confidence in your path ahead and find new freedom in your everyday life. Find out what limits you so you can choose to make the changes. So often we are afraid of appearing self-centred but who else is going to do it? Sarah had to go there and hopes you can go there too. Read Journey with Grace so you don’t have to go there alone.
Sarah is a qualified counsellor and psychotherapist, so is uniquely placed to guide authors through the often-demanding writing process, bringing out the very best in their manuscripts and helping them shape their content.
She also has an amazing creative eye, so oversees the cover designs of all our books. She loves helping and mentoring young people, developing their creative talents and giving them a platform to move into their future careers. Sarah loves swimming, walking her two adorable rough collie dogs and traveling.
Journey with Grace: Finding Freedom Through a Transformed Life has proven a inspiring read for me. This is a personal book and easy to read. Although Sarah Grace is a psychotherapist, this book is not written from a clinical approach, filled with terms to which we can’t relate.
The book is divided into chapters which can be read and studied alone. I like that approach, because when reading self-help books it can often just run together and the mind can get overwhelmed. The author has a theme for each chapter and they all follow a similar format.
I love that each chapter teaches and explains a topic that is important for mental health. At the end she gives a section called Gracelets. These are my favorite part, because the grace is explained here. This is where the reader finds the grace and ideas to use to make a practical difference in their life.
She also includes a section in each chapter called Your Ripple. This is also a wonderful idea. Your Ripple is described as when you enter the water, a ripple occurs on the water. If another person were to enter the water, their ripple would start. And, we should think about what can happen when the ripples bump into each other. In other words, how our life touches and connects with others is important.
The author’s goal is for us to transform our life in the areas that need freedom from things that keep us from being our true self. The author is a Christian and often speaks about her personal journey. I recommend this book for those who want to improve their life.
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