Heaven is a Better Place by Fiona McLeod

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"A modern day fairy tale...

This book tells the story of Fiona, a woman who was abused by her father as a child. At the age of 7 she was violently wakened as she lay asleep. Her father was holding her down as he tried to rape her, and when Eileen, one of her triplet siblings tried to stop him, she was raped herself.

At the age of 27 and living with a mentally abusive husband, the memory resurfaced, leading to her becoming severely depressed, soon combined with flashbacks she was suffer ring with severe post traumatic stress. She became so ill that her weight plummeted to 5 stone 10 lbs. Her effort to get help from doctors, were unavailing and she feared that she was going to die. Frightened and desperate, Fiona called upon God to help her. There were many obstacles to be faced, including the trauma of the 1984 miner’s strike, which left her with no income to sustain her family, together with many years of hardship when her faith was almost broken she feared that she would attempt suicide as the pain of healing was too much to bear, but God never left her side. Fiona’s ambition is to let others know of God’s unfailing love and attention in time of need and here she tells of God’s faithfulness in bringing her back to health and happiness."
 

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Published February 19, 2012 by AuthorHouse. 232 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Self Help. Non-fiction

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