Commit to Change highlights common traps that we all face that override peace, including insecurity, shame, disappointment, anger, rejection, and loneliness.
Neva Welsh, a longtime registered nurse active in social and church activities, examines how to overcome unacceptable patterns to successfully navigate change. She recognizes however, that finding peace and a new identity is not easy.
But by sharing real-life experiences, dreams, humor, and personal truths with candor, she helps you:
- examine and overcome human frailties, such as pain, emptiness, guilt, and addictions;
- realize and accept that ignoring issues that need resolution will rob us of energy, joy, and contentment;
- embrace your true identity and guide others through rough times to victory.
The author also makes the case that we are more alike than we realize – whether we are rich or poor, young or old, educated or illiterate, a prisoner of a penal system or a prisoner of the soul. Regardless of who we are, we can all make progress by recognizing our faults and making better choices.
By employing the metaphor of birth, this life-changing guide will help you escape what’s been dragging you down so you can move toward freedom.