This Lady Here by Carol Ann Rusch
I'll Drink to That

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This book is one person's travels through a catalogue of nightmare experiences. Anyone who has suffered through divorce of any form knows this one!! Abuse of various natures are present in this autobiography. Not so much the cure for, but mostly, the acceptance of and forgiveness ability. The emotional healing process does call for the time element, unfortunately! However, this book tells about different aspects of ways and means to this beautiful end.

This book is not for people looking for a quick fix or a way out. Abstinence from alcohol is a tool which many people have used as a problem solver. This book is only one person's life under both chronic inebriation and total abstinence conditions. There are many adventures where the reader might question the physical influence under which the author was operating. Even without the alcoholic consumption by the author, the behavior, when compared to the behavior of a well adjusted individual are incredibly different!!

People who have loved or been loved by those who are immediately involved with alcohol or drugs may gain a deeper understanding of the total situation. Also, the author hopes that some comfort to the reader will take place upon the realization that they are not alone. The greatest gift the author has received from life, is PEACE ON EARTH.
 

About Carol Ann Rusch

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Carol Ann has one credential to her name! SURVIVAL!!!She has been Baptized to Jesus Christ, which is probably how she lived to the age of 70. The suffering and pain that she experienced in life is not the major complexion of her book. Her happiness and joy of existence today comes from the ability to feel gratitude for what the years had given her, good and bad. She hopes that anyone coming to the turning point of life will benefit from reading her adventures and finding some solutions for themselves. Throughout her life, she had been searching for her home. Through Jesus Christ, she has been living there for some time and didn't know it!! She feels a rest is in store. Not death. People have said, "I wouldn't leave my home for anything." Now she can say that, too. Thank you.
 
Published June 8, 2010 by AuthorHouse. 202 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Religion & Spirituality, Humor & Entertainment. Non-fiction

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