Tuesday, August 14, 2012

# book review # cecil murphey

Book Review: Making Sense When Life Doesn't

 "Beloved author Cecil Murphey empowers readers to discover the good in every situation and to make life better because of adversities.

Sometimes life gets messy. It’s cluttered with too many demands. Companies downsize. Love relationships end. Trauma hits. When chaos erupts, every person has a choice to make—to decide whether it’s the worst time of life, to find comfort in the way things used to be, to move on because change is forced, and then resent everything that happens, or to say, “This can be the best time of my life. I can try the things I wanted to do but never did.”

In Making Sense When Life Doesn’t, Cecil Murphey’s compelling stories, hope-filled insights, and gentle encouragement move readers with messy lives to the stunning realization that life won’t ever be perfect, but it can be good…even exciting!"

Who hasn't been in a place where their life just feels like it's one disaster after another? Let's face it. We've all been there and some of us are still there now. This book is broken down into short chapters that even the most brain weary of us can manage. His words make sense and I know that this is a book that's going to stay on my bookshelf and be referenced during those oh my gosh, what now moments. 

If you'd like to purchase your own copy of the book, head on over to Amazon. For $9.38 (and free shipping if your order is $25 or more), you really can't go wrong with this book. For more reviews and information regarding this book, check out the Litfuse Blog Hop!
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I received a copy of this book in exchange for this review. All thoughts, comments and typos are 100% mine.

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