This book is not a 5 step recovery plan for dealing with a mental illness or depression, but in my life I have struggled with these things. I still struggle, but it helps to know I have choices: I can choose to have a bad day or a good day by protecting my inner peace. I can choose to “hold it all in” or talk to trusted friends who can give counsel, a listening ear, or share a good laugh. Most of all, I can talk to God as a Friend and He is always there to help. Also, taking medications and being treated by doctors and psychiatrists who care is a good thing.
Rebekah (Becky) R. Williams and her husband, Gary Williams resides in the small Michigan town of Watervliet, and have been married for more than thirty years. Together they have raised three daughters, two of which have autism. Becky attends Central Assembly of God Church (Revive Church) in Coloma, Michigan with Pastor Edward Richcreek and the congregation.
Becky has known Jesus Christ as her personal Savior since 1978.
When I think back over the years, there are a few statements I have known to be true: “It is a sign of good mental health when one can learn to laugh at oneself”. And “It is the ones who can hold onto hope that truly get ahead in life”.
Other Books Written by Becky R. Williams
Virtue & Praise (Blurb) 2009
Comfort & Joy (Xulon Press) 2012
Seeing the Silver Lining (Xulon Press) 2019