Knowing how to handle life’s struggles with strength, clarity and simcha is the biggest, and most fundamental challenge we face today– a time when depression, anxiety, apathy and lack of shalom bais are running rampant, not only in our communities, but in the world at large.
Over the past few years countless articles, books, courses, therapies and support groups have all been dedicated to this topic. In our digitally connected world, much of this information, support and inspiration is literally at our fingertips.
Yet, even with all of this knowledge and even with all of this chizuk, for many of us there seems to be a very big gap between what we feel we are “supposed” to be doing and actually being in that place.
The question is “why”?
In this book, we’ll answer that question and others, such as:
- When yissurim are exceptionally painful and stretch out over the long term, how can you find the strength to carry on?
- How can you truly move past (not just bury) any feelings of anger, frustration, depression, anxiety, and confusion- especially if the yissurim you are experiencing are not something the people around you openly talk about?
- How can you find Hashem (let alone yourself) when you feel that you can hardly catch your breath?
- How can you remain within a difficult situation, yet grow from it in a healthy way?
My Soul Will Sing explains four fundamental steps you can take to help you recover your sense of balance, gain strength and clarity, and tap into an inner wellspring of inspiration and Divine Light in even the most challenging situations.
Click the button below to get your free copy of My Soul Will Sing: