The War That Came Home (Google eBook)
She held a weapon given by a stranger to end her own life. However, the stranger was her husband, a former war hero of Operation Iraqi Freedom who had somehow lost himself in an illness that was not understood by her. How would she carry on? Would she survive? The War That Came Home is one spouse's journey to face the lingering effects of war. She faces many obstacles as the battles escalate throughout this harrowing account, told through her own eyes. She walks an uncertain future, while visiting a colorful past. Through her tale, she represents the battered woman, spouse of the veteran, and wife and mother in marriage. Each is brought to life vividly as she engages in this war that enters her home. Through her discovery, she fi nds her Heavenly Father and hope to face her own hell. Her story is an example to any who need inspiration to face their own personal battles with the wars faced in life: the battered, the broken, the veteran, and the nonveteran. Take the journey and discover your own feelings of hope and strength.
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