Wednesday, September 04, 2013

Review of the book The Merciful Scar by Rebecca St. James and Nancy Rue

I was excited to read this book from the minute I read the description on

This book is about a girl who all her life dealt with her problems but cutting herself and cuts herself infront of her boyfriend and he calls 911 to get her committed to a mental ward. They said to help her, she can go live with a nun and her family and try to find herself through hard work, prayer and GOD. I like this book because she ends up finding love, happiness and her life gets turned around.I can relate to this book. When I was in college I was cutting myself, seeing a therapist and wanting to kill myself. To this day I also have suicidal thoughts which is part of my depression which I am on medicine on to help me. Sometimes finding someone who is going through what you are going through makes life easier because you can make friends and can be there and encourage each other to better your lives. It helps to have friends who understand you and want to help you and be there for each other. We all feel sad sometimes but someone with depression feels sad all the time and cannot be happy, they sleep alot, do not take care of themselves, cry alot. Are hard to be around because they want to be by themselves. My husband is nice to me but its hard on him to see me like this.

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