Whose Apple is it Anyway - Excerpt

ISBN: 978-1-4769-9367-6

Category: Religious,  Management & Leadership,  Relationships,  Psychology,  Self Help,  Non-Fiction

Keywords: whoseapple, destiny, whose apple, whose apple empowerment

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Whose Apple is it Anyway - Excerpt

Leveraging Choice. Empowering Change.

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Whose Apple is it Anyway? is a profound voyage along the trail of humor and tears; heartbreak and triumph, in the author’s own journey to wholeness and healing. A self-proclaimed graduate of the University of Hard Knocks, in her own unique voice, the author tells a story of emotional and physical abuse; rape; divorce, a 17-year marriage to a man who was convicted as a sexual predator; emotional breakdowns; homelessness; and grief.

Whose Apple is it Anyway? offers a practical look at how negative painful and traumatic experiences can distort, impede, or immobilize purpose; and short circuit destiny as it severs the spiritual lifeline to our divine destiny. The author offers practical tools to leverage choice and empower the change it takes to realize our God-ordained destiny.

It’s been described as Battlefield of the Mind meets Purpose Driven Life, against a backdrop of the Master Plan. Seven years in the making, the book has been described as “a page turner” that people “can’t wait to read.”

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About the Author

Linda F. Williams

Linda F. Williams, MSW, holds a Bachelors Degree in Organizational Leadership from Calvin College and a Masters of Social Work (Clinical) form Western Michigan University, where she also earned Graduate Certification in Substance and Alcohol Abuse treatment. She is Professor of Human Services at a major university.

The author has 32 years of federal service as a Public Administrator.
Her doctoral studies in Criminal Justice focused on ex-offender reintegration with emphasis on the special needs of female offenders. A published poet and lyricist, Ms. Williams had three major releases by the Chilites in the 1980s.

Aside from life-experiences that inform this book, Ms. Williams’ clinical background informs her understanding of the emotional, physiological, and spiritual implications of the Proverb that says as a man thinks, so is that man.

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