Repelling the effects of Domestic Violence

Jessica Sauls went through all this, gathered her strengths, overcame weaknesses, and wrote her experiences in “You Have To Feel To Deal.” The book is a must-read for anyone experiencing hardships of any sort in their lives. To say this book gives its readers a glimmer of hope would be an understatement. The book is not only eloquently authored, but it walks you through the author’s emotional story, each heart-wrenching moment building on the next.

Not many books inspire readers with such a moving message. You Have To Feel To Deal will inflict a surge of motivation inside you, holding your interest as you walk alongside Jessica through her documented journey. Jessica Sauls’s ability to subtly articulate her feelings and beautiful narration of the scenes clings to the readers until the end.

When The Going Gets Tough

Jessica Sauls’s book is going to help people fight and survive domestic violence because she faced and survived it herself. Domestic violence is rising across the planet, and is one of the biggest causes of family troubles. Dealing with domestic violence is difficult because it impacts on many different ways on a person. For Jessica Sauls, she became victim of domestic violence and remained so for many years. She was not valued nor was she credited for something good. Her ability to overcome the torture she suffered by toxic people around her helped her survived the the abuse. Her book is the glimmer of hope for those who suffer domestic violence and abuse every day. Jessica Sauls provides valuable tips such as cherishing one’s ability to withstand abuse and still be able to smile.

Determination

Jessica Sauls’s firm and steady determination to see through all the difficulties remained unshattered, but there were reasons for it. It can be said that her strength came from her exceptional resolution techniques. Despite the odds, she stayed together, preferring to become each other’s strength. There was no blame game, and their bond grew stronger with every life challenge. Jessica Sauls’s courage increased each time she faced hardship. She looked and behaved like a strong woman who wouldn’t lose hope regardless of her challenges. Her strength, in effect, motivated her to overcome the abuse she suffered from her relatives and people close to her.

Final word

Jessica Sauls comes across as a unique person and an author due to many reasons. She took abused and suffered domestic violence that could potentially ruin her personality forever. Still, she did the opposite and absorbed all the abuse that was inflicted upon her. Her wisdom and tolerance allowed her to overcome the torment she experienced when abused. She found that distancing yourself from toxic people and relationships was the best way forward. Jessica Sauls’s “You Have To Feel To Deal” your bedside book, and read it each time you feel down and discouraged by the domestic violence and constant abuse.

RJ Frometa
Author: RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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