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Deception
by Deb Myers


Overview - Deception takes us on an emotional journey. In this powerful theatre-of-the-mind memoir, Deb Myers examines the devastating consequences of the sexual abuse that followed her life. At sixteen, after a break up with her boyfriend, she reached out to a much older married teacher for emotional support.  Read more...

 
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Overview
Deception takes us on an emotional journey. In this powerful theatre-of-the-mind memoir, Deb Myers examines the devastating consequences of the sexual abuse that followed her life. At sixteen, after a break up with her boyfriend, she reached out to a much older married teacher for emotional support. Their friendship crossed the line, resulting in an affair that lasted more than two years. You will catch a glimpse of Deb s early life as a Deaf girl of Deaf parents, along with the events leading up to the affair. Then you ll witness the aftermath of the abuse her plunge into depression, the incessant guilt over the relationship, and the lingering effects on her marriage. Yet, along the way, God gently worked through Deb s life and led her into the role of a pastor s wife, the gradual strengthening of her marriage, and eventually, the painful yet freeing realization that the abuse was not her fault. The result is an uplifting story of God s grace, mercy, and redemption. About the Author Deb Myers has a passion to help others recognize that, regardless of the life experiences in which we may find ourselves, we are never beyond hope and healing. Deb is a pastor s wife, working alongside her husband, serving a Deaf congregation in Frederick, MD. She is the mother of five children. "

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9781622451517
  • ISBN-10: 1622451511
  • Publisher: Life Sentence Publishing
  • Publish Date: March 2014
  • Page Count: 262


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