Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) September 07, 2013
Sadness, loss of interest, low appetite, fatigue, insomnia – these are the common symptoms associated with depression, but what if they were pointing to a bigger problem?
Depicting how depression can be misdiagnosed, The Birth of Wonderment depicts one woman’s spiritual journey of rebuilding her life after it fell apart. After losing her husband and eventually sinking into a deep personal crisis in 2008, author Cindy Monten shares her methods of “getting real” and owning up to imperfections. From discovering unknown talents to finding happiness in new places, Monten aids and encourages readers to ask for help in overcoming his or her health problems.
Representing the countless women who have faced challenges with depression-like symptoms, Monten illustrates how she found a way to move beyond them. Depicting her successful and natural ways of healing, The Birth of Wonderment highlights ways the readers can find and tap into the highest and best version of their self.
“I am taking control of my health by finally peeling back the layers of my life,” says Monten. “Working in part with an alternative healing method called Lomi-Lomi, I soon discover wonderment in the world again”
In addition to personal life adjustments, The Birth of Wonderment comments on the country’s contagious symptoms of stressed out, over committed and sleep deprived people. Monten encourages readers to get in touch at the spiritual level and to explore alternatives to healing emotional wounds which may appear as depression.
The Birth of Wonderment
By Cindy Monten
Available at http://www.balboapress.com, http://www.amazon.com, and http://www.barnesandnoble.com
About the author
Cindy Monten is a self taught artist, author and alchemist. She refers to herself as an alchemist because her life has become a magical process of transformation. She is available as inspirational speaker and facilitator of empowerment workshops based on her writing.
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