What You’ll Find in This Book
My Childhood: Getting Over It — Healing into the Person You Were Intended to Be is a collection of childhood stories about Elizabeth Papp-Stinson’s growing up in a large, first-generation American household. One of ten children, she was raised by an alcoholic father and a mother who suffered from depression and had no family support. From stealing food in order to eat to having her arm dislocated when her father tosses her across the room to fending off the sexual advances of her pastor, this narrative tells it all. This book describes how the child Elizabeth, brave and resilient, saw and felt the world around her — and how she coped
Amazingly, this child was able to get over her childhood and redefine her life through much work and healing. In this book, she is able to take each of these stories and express what her takeaway from each is and how you, too, can transform your own stories by feeling, releasing, and healing the pain. It is a journey into finding her authentic self and liberating her past by acknowledging how her stories bought her to today.
Elizabeth says, “I can now appreciate my history and truly marvel at the experiences the universe has given me. They could not have been replicated or designed to create the person I am today by anything earthly. I am grateful for this rich history and the world I have created to surround me and to think there is so much more to come.”
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