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Will My Life Ever Be the Same? by H. Norman…

Will My Life Ever Be the Same?

by H. Norman Wright

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No one is immune to adversity. When the tough times come, will you worry? get angry? withdraw? become bitter? ask, "Why me?" These are natural reactions to the earthquakes that rock our lives. But after our initial grief, we must find our way back to normal, happy, joyful living. Hard to do? Yes -- but we can recover from even the worst circumstances. By following certain principles common to those who bounce back from tragedy and avoiding the traits shared by those who continue to struggle, you can find your way out of the despair of trauma and back to the joy-filled life God means you to have.
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