It’s my hope that just one person can avoid years of pain and suffering after reading my story.
LONGMONT, Colo. (PRWEB) May 20, 2016
After suffering through four abusive marriages, Fe` understands just how challenging it can be to escape a domestic violence situation. In her new book, “Choices: The Ripple Effect,” she equips readers with the tools and hope they need to end a relationship before it’s too late.
In “Choices,” Fe` blends real stories from her abuse with commentary on her thoughts, feelings and emotions she faced during each encounter. She hopes her annotations on her experiences will provide those in similar situations advice they can use to escape physical, mental, emotional or spiritual abuse.
“We are responsible for the choices we make in our lives, whether they are good or bad,” Fe` said. “Our choices affect not only our own lives, but also the lives of people close to us – a fact that my story makes clear.”
Fe` is an ordained minister and has been involved in prison ministry and ministry to those facing domestic violence and addiction for over 20 years. She is the owner of This Too Shall Pass Ministry through which she counsels victims of abuse using her own experiences to help others heal.
“It’s my hope that just one person can avoid years of pain and suffering after reading my story,” Fe` said. “With the Lord’s direction and guidance, it’s possible to get out of an abusive relationship.”
For more information, visit thistooshallpassministry.com.
Choices: The Ripple Effect
Available in softcover, hardcover, e-book
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and WestBow Press
About the author
Fe` is a native Texan and the minister of This Too Shall Pass Ministry. She became an ordained minister in May of 1994. She experienced abuse for most of her life, but through God’s Word, has learned to forgive her abusers. This is her first book.
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