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Coping with Estrangement

A Christian’s Perspective on Learning to live with Estrangement

by Amanda Libbers


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$23.95
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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 10/3/2019

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 122
ISBN : 9781973676119
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 122
ISBN : 9781973676133
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 122
ISBN : 9781973676126

About the Book

This book is about how to handle coping with estrangement as one person to another being the estranged. It does not cover estrangement in the form of marriage or divorce, or being estranged from a friend. While it is possible for multiple estrangements to occur simultaneously, the book one focuses on one person to another. It uses the bible, and information that I learned from the Holy Spirit to the reader learn to live with estrangement, and improve the quality of their lives at the same time. The book contains journal entries that the reader can do if they choose. This book is motivational, inspirational, and is not a behavioral science approach to coping with estrangement, but is solely a Christian’s perspective.


About the Author

Amanda Libbers was born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Amanda graduated high school from University Laboratory School (1999). She graduated from Southeastern Louisiana University (2004) with a bachelor’s degree in family and consumer science in the area of family studies, and she obtained a diploma as medical office specialist from Medical Training College (2009). Amanda Libbers was certified to bill and code by the national healthcare association between (January 2010-January 2012).

She has always enjoyed writing short stories and poems, and she enjoyed writing this book because she likes helping others and making a difference in their lives.

Amanda says, “I believe that anyone is capable of making a difference in people’s lives, no matter how small it is. Ask yourself how you can help someone in need today.”