Where's The Love? by E.I. Hunter

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Some call Samantha crazy for staying married to Christopher. Doesn't she care enough about her body, heart, and soul to say, "Enough is enough!"

Why would any woman allow herself to continue in a relationship that hurts? Because leaving, Samantha believes, will hurt her even more. She cannot let him win. He's already ruined too many lives. At the end, will he ruin hers? Or will Samantha triumph by following the advice of her own heart--the heart that asked for 33 years, "Where's the love?"

I shall remain anonymous, for this is not my story. It is your story--the story of a woman who knows all too well what it feels like to experience a love filled with good and tainted with bad. Throughout, I provide you with advice that I hope brings peace to your heart and a smile to your face.

Only accept the counsel if it resonates with what is deep within your own heart, spirit, and conscience. I cannot make any decision for you. You are responsible for your own life. If I could go back to my late-teens, twenties, thirties, and forties, I would have made choices that nurtured my spirit and were true to the callings of my heart.

I pray and hope you aren't at the stage that I'm at. But, if you are, I've come to believe that it's never over until God says it's over. God will never give me or you more than we can handle in life. Even as I write, I trust in him through it all. And that's what gets me through it all.
 

About E.I. Hunter

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My desire to be a public servant and help people from all walks of life led me to earn my B.A. in Psychology and Political Science (Summa Cum Laude), and Master's and Ph.D. in the Public Administration field. I coach individuals interested in academic, professional, and personal success. Set-up your first free coaching session by emailing emma.isabella.hunter@gmail.com As a life coach, my passion lies in helping individuals live their best life. My goal is to help you experience the real you. You were born with intelligence, beauty, gifts, and abilities. So stop trying to be like someone else. Shine the light that you were meant to shine. Be the person you know deep down in your heart that you were meant to be.Every book I write is authentic to one's emotions. The characters are real. They get angry. They get hurt. They are confused. They are left uncertain. But through it all, they find the courage, strength, and beauty to "deal." It's not always pretty, but it's real.My hope is that each book makes you know that you are not alone in the world with your feelings, thoughts, and emotions. The characters' voices are authentic and speak the truth. They don't hide their emotions because it is safe or the acceptable thing to do. We are taught at a very early age that feelings and emotions are better left upon the shelf. But the more we suppress how we really feel and what is really going on in our lives, the more it will manifest in our body and mind in ugly ways. It's okay to be scared. It's okay to be pissed off, angry, and hurt. Accept these emotions when they arise, and ask your emotions what they are trying to teach you.Maybe your emotions are teaching you to stand your ground, say what you believe in, and live your truth. Maybe they are teaching you that it sucks when others are continuously bouncing you around like a ball. Maybe your emotions are hinting that it is time to make awesome, healthy changes in your life! So the next time your feelings make you feel like crap, don't run away from them. Invite them in and ask "What are you trying to teach me? What positive changes are you trying to help me make in my life?"My characters boldly speak their truth so the healing can begin in their lives. May the authenticity of my stories grant you the permission to speak your truth.Wishing you smiles,E.I. Hunter, PhDhttp://www.eihunter.com/Life Coach and Author of Where's The Love?, Confessions Of A Soccer Mom, and Failure: The Key To Success
 
Published February 8, 2013 by BookBaby. 158 pages
Genres: Parenting & Relationships, Self Help, Romance. Non-fiction

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