Life Is Worth Getting Better: A Faith-Based Journey of Recovery from Depression, Anxiety, and Bipolar II Disorder, shares the story of Maria A. Mansfield as she takes on an eleven-year-plus battle to overcome a trio of mental disorders.
She writes honestly of her eighteen-month treatment and of her resolve to get better.
In her account, Maria writes openly and sincerely about her experience, in a way most readers can easily relate to her story.
She also adds valuable advice for confronting mental disorders in one’s life or the lives of loved ones.
Maria shares reminders from the Scriptures, of the consolation that faith in God can provide, and mentions the verses in the Bible, which helped her faith grow stronger during that season of her life.
Maria’s desire in writing this book was to be able to encourage others to get the help they need to recover.
Her story is about hope and redemption and about finding encouragement to live your life to the fullest.
Your life is a gift, that’s why Life is Worth Getting Better.
ABOUT THE BOOK
"Great book! I highly recommend it!
An easy read full of encouragement to get through rough times.
Makes a great gift too!"
"It is a profoundly spiritual book. It is a profoundly practical and helpful book. It is incredibly encouraging."
PASTOR BARRY G.
"I've cried my eyes out reading your book and am amazed at your depth of feelings and the knowledge acquired during the process back to health. "
ANA MARIA ALBANO
Maria A. Mansfield lives in the Southeast of the United States with her husband James, their two teenage sons, and their two dogs Sammy and Rocky. She enjoys spending time with her family, walking her dogs, volunteering at the hospital, visiting friends and family and traveling.
Maria has enjoyed living in South America, the United States and Europe. She calls America her home. Her caring personality and compassion for people who are hurting have made this book possible. She would love to hear from you, -especially, if this book has helped you in any way!
She hopes her story of recovery can inspire you to get well too.