Tragedy to Triumph Lessons of Recovery and Hope
Prairie View Publishing, Nov 1, 2004 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 316 pages
Robin and Christa have spent a career reaching out touching others during times of crisis. From the OKC Federal Building bombing to school shootings. On through personal tragedies to national diasters they were there to help others learn how to cope with a seemingly hopeless situations. This book was written not only to share experiences but to teach others to help when they are placed in that position of need. When by a moment of chance they are that person who needs to reach out to others through compassion, freindship and that special part of what being an American is.
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