I Don’t Think So
By Melanie Mitchell
Published by Evangelista Media
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Published: March 21, 2013
Words: 63,803 (approximate)
Language: American English
Captivity? I don’t think so!
I didn’t plan to get divorced. I didn’t plan to lose custody of my son. I didn’t plan to destroy my life. No one does.
My life was hijacked, and I lived each day in captivity, with seemingly no way of escape and no hope of change.
But I’m not living that life anymore—I overcame my victim mentality. Today the hijackers are gone, and pain and hopelessness are long forgotten. Captivity? I don’t think so!
Are you being held captive by hijackers such as addiction, abuse, fear, rejection, sickness, or poverty? Do you feel as if your life is not your own—that someone or something else is in charge? Instead of identifying how it happened and correcting your mindset, you may be wasting precious time wondering, Why me?
Through her own life experiences, author Melanie Mitchell candidly reveals the kind of thinking that leads to victimhood. Not only is her true story of victory over the "why me" mentality inspiring, she also gives you practical, empowering steps to overcome all of your challenges.
Can you change your thinking and become a winner? Yes! I think so!
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