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These Butterfly Bones

Angelica Lainis

These Butterfly Bones

Angelica Lainis

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Angel's journey begins in South Africa on the day following her grandmother's death. Consumed by guilt, Angel awakens to a find monster in her mind and begins the great fall into a deadly world of calorie counting and starvation. Eventually finding herself in the land of inbetween - where she is neither dead or alive. Pursuing freedom she finds herself flying across the world into a land of unknown. Fighting the demons in her mind she faces a daily struggle that most young women should never face. Dancing is her saving grace. Fuelled by her blog, thesebuterflybones, she enters a world of girls locked behind glass cages, all with their own wings but unable to fly. Can she ever escape this world, and will she ever escape the torturous thoughts of her own mind? Will her secret battle ever be discovered? With two continents between her feet, where is God in her situation? And will she ever find peace again? These Butterfly Bones is the real and very raw testimony of Angelica Lainis, a young South African woman who suffered with an eating disorder causing heavy depression and anxiety.The book is set in three parts: Part one: Cape Town, South Africa where it all started; Part two: Sydney, Australia where it all worsened and where her secret also finally came out, as well as where she finally gets help; and Part three: The journey out of darkness and into healing. These Butterfly Bones is a compelling story of overcoming. It shows how an encounter with God can leave you changed forever

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Angel's journey begins in South Africa on the day following her grandmother's death. Consumed by guilt, Angel awakens to a find monster in her mind and begins the great fall into a deadly world of calorie counting and starvation. Eventually finding herself in the land of inbetween - where she is neither dead or alive. Pursuing freedom she finds herself flying across the world into a land of unknown. Fighting the demons in her mind she faces a daily struggle that most young women should never face. Dancing is her saving grace. Fuelled by her blog, thesebuterflybones, she enters a world of girls locked behind glass cages, all with their own wings but unable to fly. Can she ever escape this world, and will she ever escape the torturous thoughts of her own mind? Will her secret battle ever be discovered? With two continents between her feet, where is God in her situation? And will she ever find peace again? These Butterfly Bones is the real and very raw testimony of Angelica Lainis, a young South African woman who suffered with an eating disorder causing heavy depression and anxiety.The book is set in three parts: Part one: Cape Town, South Africa where it all started; Part two: Sydney, Australia where it all worsened and where her secret also finally came out, as well as where she finally gets help; and Part three: The journey out of darkness and into healing. These Butterfly Bones is a compelling story of overcoming. It shows how an encounter with God can leave you changed forever
- Publisher

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  • Catalogue Code 426708
  • Product Code 9780994194169
  • ISBN 0994194161
  • EAN 9780994194169
  • Pages 248
  • Department General Books
  • Category Biography
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Ark House Press
  • Publication Date Apr 2015
  • Sales Rank #62760
  • Weight 0.280kg

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