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Brenda B

Wow! That's so powerful, Lyssa. I have work to do myself with this....


So good, Lyssa. I'm going to look into that book. Hopefully I'm brave enough to open it! ;O)

Leonie Schroder

wow this really hit home with me as I too have a brother who is a pastor! We often go back to what one did to the other as kids but so grateful God doesnt do that to us even if we are mucking around. God is so good and I think I need to look into this book too! I need to find a balance with SU, faith and family.

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Lyssa Griffin Zwolanek is a blessed mom of two adorably quirky kids and blissful wife to a handsome history professor in Wisconsin. A successful direct sales veteran for over a decade, she loves world travel, researching Sensory Processing Disorder, advocating for sexual abuse victims, and writing about grace sufficient for every need.