You’re drowning in your current situation. You know there’s a way out, a way forward, a way through. You know there’s something you’re not seeing but you don’t have the energy or the resources to access help.
It’s a lonely place to be, a frightening place and it feels like this is how it’s going to be, forever. After all, good things don’t happen to people like us, do they?
You know what it’s like to go through tough times and come out the other side. You know that the ‘other side’ is a continuation of the journey, whether that’s:
- Starting a business
- Living with illness
- Going through a divorce
- Experiencing trauma
- Experiencing grief
This is the start of a long list of situations that authors I’ve worked with have experienced. They were drowning in their own situations and found their own way through.
They didn’t have the support they needed and that drives them to want to make a change. They want to help other people who find themselves in the same situation and the best, most accessible, way to do that is with a book.
Through sharing your story, you can be the support that you didn’t have.