We’ve all experienced that moment where we want we could start everywhere again. Failed marriages, lost friends, addictions, lost jobs. This isn’t the life we imagined. The day gone by can now and again leave us stuck, sad, shamed, scared, and searching. Sheila Walsh encourages readers to face the pain head on and then start again, from right where they’re. She shares that when she discovered “I am not good enough and I’m good with that,” everything started to change.
In It’s Okay Not to Be Okay, Walsh helps women overcome the same old rut of struggles and pain by changing the way they take into consideration God, themselves, and their on a regular basis lives. She shares practical, doable, daily strategies so as to help women move forward one step at a time knowing God will never let them down.