Jim Denning’s Newly Released “Make It to Midnight: Learning to Live When You Want to Die” is a Fascinating Exploration of the Human Psyche in the Throes of Despair

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“Make It to Midnight: Learning to Live When You Want to Die” from Christian Faith Publishing author Jim Denning is a game-changer in the arena of spiritual, mental, and emotional health as Denning investigates the “two brains” inherent in every person’s psyche—the thinking and the feeling brain—and how the conflict between the two, as well as their formulation of the past and future, is what disrupts peace, a condition Jesus spoke to in Matthew 6:34 when he said, “Don’t worry.”

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“Make It to Midnight: Learning to Live When You Want to Die”: an engrossing survival manual that explores the two halves of the human psyche. “Make It to Midnight: Learning to Live When You Want to Die” is the creation of published author Jim Denning, a licensed counselor and pastor based in San Antonio; he has formerly worked in bartending, IT, and NASA, and is a member of Mensa, surviving a host of treatment-resistant disorders after turning to God and self-analysis.

Denning shares a life-changing insight, “I spent a lot of time trying to find a way to figure out why I felt the way I did. Why was I so hopelessly depressed? Why was I so anxious about my future? What my struggle taught me was that I had to strengthen my spirit to help me lead my flesh back to a godly and healthy life. My rationale was simple; I believe that the God of the Bible created me. I believe that He sent the Holy Spirit to help me as he promised in John 14:16; therefore, I was created for a reason, and I was not going to end my life before I had served Him. He had promised me in Jeremiah 29:11 that He had plans for me, and if I followed those plans, I would prosper and have hope and a future. I took Him at His word, and it saved my life.

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Jim Denning’s new book is a deeply moving intellectual and spiritual adventure that not only calls for understanding the brain better in the battle for emotional health but also makes the case for Christ’s role in recovery.

Denning’s personal story and generous insights make for an essential book in these troubling and troubled times.

View a synopsis of “Make It to Midnight: Learning to Live When You Want to Die” on YouTube.

Consumers can purchase “Make It to Midnight: Learning to Live When You Want to Die” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or inquiries about “Make It to Midnight: Learning to Live When You Want to Die”, contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.

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