Learning to Yearn by Laurie Kenyon (47)

This is a wonderful book about how to overcome your deepest negative emotions and be able to thrive despite it.

I know it sounds farfetched.  When I first learned about the book, I was wondering about it too. But then since the author also lives in Ontario not too far away from me, I decided to purchase her book and read it. It was brilliant in its tone and scope and I really enjoyed reading it and feel very inspired by it!

Who doesn’t have sorrow, pain, and discontentment?  We all do and sometimes in droves!  How can we survive such pain and sorrow?

Learning to Yearn is a book about where to focus your yearning, especially during the storms of your life–and in its life there are many storms.

Laurie Kenyon shares many memories, including some of the most difficult storms she’s faced. Her testament to sharing her story and showing the reader that they too can thrive with a bit of practise and self-care is amazing in-depth and breath.

The author in writing this book hopes to encourage others to place their trust in the One who can truly help us, even in the worst of trials in our lives. God sees all and he understands all, and He has your back 24/7.

Rating: 5 stars

Reviewed by: Irene S. Roth


About irenesroth

I am a freelance and academic writer. I am currently writing a book called `Fearless Freelance Writers`. Please look out for it soon on this blog.
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