Mindful Monday – P. S. I Forgive You, by D. G. Kaye – A Mindful Journey

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Mindful Monday with Colleen Chesebro

 

The talented Colleen is the author of The Heart Stone ChroniclesThe Swamp Fairy and runs 2 blogs, one where she offers up writing tips and challenges and one on her experiences and growth in life in her journey to mindfulness and health. Today I was thrilled to find that Colleen has chosen my book, P.S I Forgive You, to review and share the messages she took from my book.

 

 

Welcome to Mindful Monday. Each week I look at new or sometimes old things about myself on my journey to becoming more conscious about my life journey. I have found that being mindful encompasses the act of being watchful, aware, wary, heedful, alert, careful, or attentive, in whatever area in my life I feel it applies to, as I try to engage in the present.

Come and join me on my journey. You never know what you will learn about yourself.

I have something different for you this week. It’s a book review of a novel that touched me deeply. The subject matter had to do with a journey and a liberation of pent up emotions that enabled the author to find peace. If that is not a mindful journey, I don’t know what is.

Mindfulness is about change, understanding, and acceptance of who we are and who we want to become. We all have a journey, and who we are as children changes through the years into adulthood. Perhaps it has to do with maturity, but we all get to a certain age where reflection leads to deeper understanding and forgiveness of the things we simply cannot change.

Please let me introduce: P.S. I Forgive You

MY RECOMMENDATION:

How many of us come from dysfunctional families? I know I certainly came from one. However, when you are the child of a narcissistic mother, those wounds fester and bleed well into adulthood becoming baggage that hangs around your heart. Almost certainly, these feelings are accompanied by guilt and a desire to understand why a mother could treat her own flesh and blood in such a demeaning way. Especially, when you would never think of treating your own children with such disdain.

This is the author’s journey to redemption. Continue Reading . . .

 

Source: Mindful Monday – P. S. I Forgive You, by D. G. Kaye – A Mindful Journey

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  1. What a warm and beautiful review from Colleen. Loved it. <3

    1. Thank you Diana, wasn’t it just lovely. Colleen is a wonderful reviewer, so glad she liked my book. 🙂 <3

  2. Wow, Deb, such a moving review. I told Colleen that if your book weren’t already on my TBR, it would be now. A Monday blessing… ♥

    1. Aw thanks so much my sweet friend. 🙂 <3 xo

  3. Congratulations Debbie on a stellar review. I am so looking forward to reading your freedom memoir. You’re so brave for sharing. Thank you!

    1. Thanks again Ann for your kindness and support as a fellow writer. 🙂 <3

  4. What a fabulous review, Debby. You must be delighted.

    1. Thanks so much Norah. I certainly am delighted. Nothing better for an author than to find their words reach readers. 🙂

  5. A wonderful review by Colleen. xx

    1. Thanks so much Adele <3

  6. Debbie, I agree with Colleen…when our journey become mindful, forgiveness starts flowing naturally as it percolates down into our heart too! Congratulations about such a nice and insightful review of your book.

    1. Thank you so much Balroop. True words. 🙂

  7. A wonderful and moving review from Colleen, she writes so eloquently. This must mean a lot you, Debby.

    1. Thank you Annika. It certainly does. 🙂

  8. A wonderful review, and deservedly so.. 🙂 xxxx

    1. Thank you so much my dear friend. 🙂 xoxo

  9. What a wonderful review, Deb. It must touch your heart to know that your experience means so much to others. I’m in awe.

    1. Thanks so much Jacqui. It surely does, especially if I can help others through my own tribulations. 🙂

  10. Another wonderful review! You must be thrilled. So deserving, Debby. 🙂

    1. I really am Sarah. Thank you so much. <3

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