The Song Of The Willow

When you find yourself stuck in a life you hate, how do you get yourself unstuck? Do you burn down your current life? When Vieve Chapman finally answers that question, she is forced to admit that she’s been numb and shut down for the past 25 years. She teams up with a street savvy young mother and together they not only escape, but change their limiting beliefs and build solid lives. More
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About R. A. Labrenz

R. A. Labrenz was born in her beloved Chicago (Pilsen neighborhood) and currently lives in North Florida. She has been writing since she was six years old, when she won her first award for an essay about her terrific and articulate father. Labrenz fosters a didactic approach to writing. In her words, she "writes about what matters." Both sides of her family are gifted story tellers, so she not only grew up immersed in this environment, but inherited those genes, the imagination, the memory and the word orientation to bring stories to life. As an Administrator who worked in corporate settings, she was often tasked with writing and communication. Since her heart is set on making things better, she has won peer Awards at GE Healthcare and Booz, Allen, Hamilton for implementing those enhancements, including improving the customer experience. When she's not writing she's often volunteering in community service. She describes herself as a Respecter of Life; Enjoyer of friendship with amazing people; Mother of 2 tall, handsome sons; Grandma Nay to Willow and Maya; Happy owner of the rescue Hungarian Vizsla/Yellow Lab-mix, "Doc"; Citizen of the World; Painter; Gardener; Chef/Baker; Author; Mentor; Speaker; Life Coach, and one of millions of Americans who descended from Governor William Bradford (Plymouth Plantation/Mayflower).

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Review by: mrsoz on Dec. 4, 2017 : (no rating)
The Song of the Willow deeply touched me as I too have been in abusive relationships. It's a smothering, trapped feeling. I can see how insecurities could unintentionally be passed down from one generation to the next. I highly recommend this book to both women and men. The author is brilliant.

V. Osborne
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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