By Caryn Sullivan
A few months after becoming a member of what she known as the ''freakin' widows club'' in 2009, she met a clergyman at a social functionality and unloaded her grief, looking solutions. Sullivan embraced his life-changing recommendation: ''In the face of adversity, we now have a decision. we will be able to be sour, or we will be able to be better.'' His message turned the topic in lots of columns she wrote approximately kindred spirits: Bret Baier, Vince Flynn, Temple Grandin, Lee and Bob Woodruff, and extra. inspired by way of bestselling writer Vince Flynn's beneficiant overview of her lyrical writing variety, Sullivan has woven jointly her personal own studies as a existence situation survivor with these of the folks at the back of many columns she wrote for the St. Paul Pioneer Press opinion web page.
By sharing tales of these who confronted adversity and went directly to do outstanding issues, Sullivan discovers the therapeutic strength of either phrases and action.
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