Riding Through It: A Memoir by Carol McKibben

Riding Through It: A Memoir

byCarol McKibben

Kobo ebook | February 10, 2014

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Carol McKibben offers up the pages of her life, painting the picture of a woman who allows herself to be a victim, blaming others for her circumstances.

One almost fatal night gives her the inner strength to take control of her life. She shares her story so that others will see how they too are letting the role of victim define their lives, when they can make the choice to change it. This story exemplifies the law of attraction, the principle that you bring to yourself those things upon which you are focused wanted or unwanted. Promoted in the movie, The Secret, as seen on the Oprah Winfrey Show, this concept simply means that until you stop thinking of yourself as a victim you will always be one.

Riding Through It provides a detailed look at how someone actually makes the transformation by releasing the past and moving forward in the present without fear.

As a fat kid with a hormone imbalance, Carol McKibben lost her self-esteem at the age of eight. She grew up in a small town in the South with parents who didn t know how to love each other. She lost sight of what love really meant, even when it was standing before her. Attracted to controlling, selfish men, who find the insecure and now beautiful girl tempting, she marries her college sweetheart, and her world spirals downward from there.

The book is alive with vivid characterizations of an unforgettable family, friends and a villain of a husband whom you will be rooting against. Riding Through It is a story of redemption and finding unconditional love and the strength to take control of life. It is a candid and revealing account to which both women and men can relate and is meant to provide inspiration to others.

Title:Riding Through It: A MemoirFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:February 10, 2014Publisher:Troll River PublicationsLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1939564115

ISBN - 13:9781939564115

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