Freefall to Fly Book Review

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Wow! That’s all I can say. Wow. Rebekah takes the reader on a journey through the depression and loneliness that many mothers face on a daily basis. Rebekah struggles, as many moms do, to stay afloat in this world we have created where mom’s live in, as Rebekah calls it, pinterest perfect lives. She allows the reader a private glimpse into her world, and her journey, in a way that opens the reader to all the emotion she felt at this time in her life. Rebekah finally realizes that the freedom she seeks can only be found through God.

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This is a review for Handlebar Publishing in which I was given a free book in exchange for my honest opinion.




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  1. 4granted says:

    Great review. I have friends and family members who suffer from depression, and I am buying each of them a copy of this book. This is a powerful memoir of what it feels like to fight anxiety—it’s not a self-help book, but a powerfully shared story. But here’s the thing—even if you don’t suffer from clinical depression, most of us question our purpose, wonder about life’s meaning. This book addresses the questions each of us asks, deep in our souls. Rebekah is breathtakingly honest about her panic attacks, her questions, and the answers she eventually finds. Like you, I’d recommend this book to any woman.


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