The Bottomless Pit
Rock bottom is a place you never want to call home yet for many homeless teens it a place they call home. This quote summons my message of homelessness and giving up. “I think this is what we all want to hear: that we are not alone in hitting the bottom, and that it is possible to come out of that place courageous, beautiful, and strong.” ― Anna White, Where are you in your life? This led me to write The Journey home a Memoir. This was not an easy task. Hope that many can learn from my lessons.
How do you pick yourself up after hitting Rock Bottom
When rock bottom is staring you in the face, what choice do you have?
You can plunge to the depths, forever swallowed by the darkness of depression. Or, you can climb out inch by agonizing inch and survive…and even thrive.
Patrice M Foster powerful story of determination and survival will show you it can be done.
As her memoir details her battle through poverty, neglect, and abuse to a life of healing through forgiveness and acceptance, you will discover that success is possible…even when everything points to failure.
The Journey Home is Foster story of survival and victory and offers hope for adolescents, young adults, parents, and educators faced with insurmountable odds and the prospect of making real change.
You Can choose to pick yourself up
- Never Give Up
- Believe in Hope
- Forgive Others
- Keep Dreaming
- It’s ok to fail keep going
- laugh more
This story is not about giving up. When life become unbearable keep at it don’t stop trying. It’s not about you are a failure that’s why you hit Rock Bottom. What happen in your life? Just take ownership? Do not blame anyone. The moment you realize that happiness is achievable. There is going to be days fill with struggles. By going through obstacles you will be better able to deal with your problems. Buy The Journey Home book Click Link Here: