Finding Peace in Troubled Waters: 10 Life Preservers for When Your Ship Springs a Leak
Thrown from an automobile just five weeks before his wedding, Art Berg's neck was broken, and at twenty-one he was left a quadriplegic. In Finding Peace in Troubled Waters, he shares his experiences and his outlook on life. Berg describes the attitude that has permitted him not only to survive his paralyzing accident, but to be successful and live well and happily He discusses ten concepts that can be life preservers for those who find themselves, as he was, struggling to keep from drowning in sorrow or self-pity while being battered by waves of adversity. He deals with the topics: accepting responsibility for your life; adapting to even cataclysmic change; holding on to dreams; learning to laugh again; and drawing upon powers of heaven. No matter the size or proportion of their struggles and challenges, readers will appreciate Berg's insights and perspectives to help them survive and overcome.
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