Imagine a scenario where you are going through hardships and coping with challenges and see no end to it. What will you do? Will you give up and let fate take its course, or will you fight back against all the odds? Those who show resilience against difficulties and keep their composure intact are the ones that eventually triumph. If you still feel the need to get motivated, then Jessica Sauls’s book “You Have To Feel To Deal” will dearly help you. The book provides details on how things turned up for the author and what ways she used to overcome each became a survivor of domestic violence.
Giving up is not an option in life. No matter how tough the going gets, you have to wake up each morning and do your thing. Even if you suffer abuse and violence from nearby people many of whom happened to be addicts. Little did these people realize that inflicting violence only deteriorates the condition of the person who is facing the violence. Abuse was tormenting her to the limits physically and mentally. However, success comes to those who work relentlessly without tiring and show resilience against the odds. Jessica Sauls wrote all the experiences and abuses she suffered through her mother at home. She faced constant abuse at home and realized that it was disturbing her to the core. The suffering was less on her body and more on her soul, only if her mother realized. Now, she shares the same with her readers in her book, “You Have To Feel To Deal”.
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A systematic approach to life is the need of the hour, especially when dealing with hardships. Someone who experienced difficulties and overcame them can assist you. This is where Jessica Sauls’s book comes in handy. Truth be told, hardships are a part of the game, and those who overcome theirs should take pride in their abilities. Jessica Sauls explains how she faced abuse but always stood up her ground.
“You Have To Feel To Deal,” is a book worthy of reading multiple times because it provides useful methods and motivation readers who may be suffering domestic violence in their lives. There is no denying that domestic violence can physically, emotionally and mentally ruin your personality. The best way to get rid of violence is by keeping a distance from people who indulge in violence. Also, your courage will help you stand firmly and protest against the violence.
You can read “You Have To Feel To Deal,” various times, and every time you will realize that this book is worth keeping as a bedside book. Jessica Sauls’ masterpiece will steer you out of trouble every time.