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Crossing That Foggy Bridge

...from pain to peace ...from depression to delight

by Beverly Easler


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 6/20/2019

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 206
ISBN : 9781973664055
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 206
ISBN : 9781973664062
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 206
ISBN : 9781973664048

About the Book

Depression is an unwelcome intrusion in the lives of many, with remedies and solutions that often seem elusive. Thrown off-balance by the intricacies of “doing life,” we often sink into frustration and despair. So what do we do to restore our hope that change is possible?
Crossing That Foggy Bridge offers a new look at depression from the inside out—from author Beverly Easler’s heart to yours. With courage and persistence, Bev has found a way to redirect her path through depression by learning to ask better questions about the common issues we all face in life: managing our feelings, breaking old habits, setting boundaries, and controlling our wayward thoughts. While candidly sharing her personal story, Bev reveals valuable lessons she has learned while trudging through the darkness of persistent depression.
Dealing with depression isn’t easy. We can quickly become captured by the deceptions and lies of Satan. Crossing That Foggy Bridge clears away the fog and reflects the light of Jesus, reaffirming that He came to reveal to us a whole new way of thinking, behaving, and believing!


About the Author

Beverly Easler grew up in a small Iowa town with a school-teacher father and an accomplished pianist-organist mother, along with four siblings. Born into a musical family, Bev has always considered herself a musician with an innate love for the piano. Although she has spent many years enjoying the role of piano accompanist for various churches, soloists, and choral groups, she has also enjoyed tinkering with words, mostly in poetry. Now retired from the workplace, she continues to surround herself with music, tickling the ivories in her home and attending plays and musical events with friends. Bev now calls Maple Grove, Minnesota, her home and is active with the Evangelical Free Church.