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In Missing Being Mrs, Jennifer Croly addresses the issues that come with divorce from a personal perspective. After 22 years of marriage, her husband and two of her four children left on the same day, and did not return. As she tried to rebuild her life, she clung to her faith. In looking for a book to help her answer practical questions, she was surprised at the lack of resources. In this book about surviving divorce, she shares Scriptural truths and offers practical advice on family life, car maintenance, money, dating, and lots more. Divorced and about to be divorced women will benefit greatly from Jennifer's wisdom.
Number of Pages: 160
Vendor: Monarch Books
Publication Date: 2015
|Dimensions: 7.75 X 5.00 (inches)|
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"Wow...Jen allows us right inside her heart. She shares exactly how it feels when an apparently happy, successful marriage abruptly ends...she writes so well there was no putting the book down until it was finished."
---Jennifer Rees Larcombe
"I read it in one sitting...It will be very strengthening and encouraging to so many in similar situations."
---Celia Bowring, CARE
"I lost my husband and two of my four children on the same day. They left in the morning as usual, the girls happily following their Dad out of the door, and they didn't come back." When her fine Christian husband walked out, after 22 years of marriage, Jen Croly was devastated. Painfully she tried to rebuild her life, stitch together her shattered confidence and discover who she was. She clung to her faith: "Even when I could barely believe in God, God went on believing in me." During the tough process of recovery she looked for a really candid, helpful book, but found most volumes horribly patronising. Here is what she sought: a book by someone who had survived the experience. She deals with practical questions: how do you tell other people? Whom can you trust? What is your name? What about the family? What about money, car maintenance? What about dating?
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