GRANDIN, Mo. (PRWEB) September 24, 2020
Donna Gail Webb is a devoted mother, stepmother, grandmother, and longtime Missouri resident who has been married to her husband, Bryan, for six years. She has published her new book “Uneven Paths to the Heart”: a gripping and potent autobiography recalling several traumatic events in her life and her painful journey toward healing and self-discovery.
The author shares, “This book is about keeping so much trauma inside you that it ends up hurting you as a person. I wanted to help others by showing them what I went through to find my own truth about who I am. I look at everyone being the same but on different paths. You can have different opinions and not have the same beliefs and still love each other. I was always looking at my views and never took the time to see others until I slowed down and decided to deal with each trauma that I had in my life. It was hard, but in the end, I came out a better human. We all are connected in some way or form, each with a different purpose, and it is up to us to achieve it and take with you, in the end, all the lessons you learn from each path you take.”
Published by Page Publishing, Donna Gail Webb’s engrossing book is a poignant and inspiring memoir of a challenging yet ultimately rewarding road to emotional healing.
Readers who wish to experience this candid work can purchase “Uneven Paths to the Heart” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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