Other than some differences in theology, Fear to Freedom is one very personal biography of Rosemary Tribles brutal rape which she allowed God to turn to healing, and then turns the rape incident around and decidedly reaches out to really help women turn their issues over to God. I enjoyed Rosemarys transparency, her personal insights, steps to forgiveness, journey to joy section, and her in-depth devotional guide. She hits all the steps of healing. I found her book very sensitive and personal. I can feel her heart for women throughout the whole book. For that, I give her book a very high rating and recommendation.This book was provided by Paula Krapf, Chief Operating Officer, at Author Marketing Experts, Inc., for my honest review of Fear to Freedom.
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Review 2 for Fear to Freedom: What if you did not have to be so afraid?
Rosemary was successful woman, a TV talk show host, her husband was on his way to becoming a political leader, when she was raped at gunpoint and her attacker was never found. The fear that engulfed her life and threatened to take over from the aftermath of the attack was a normal and natural response. It stole her joy and filled her with fear and depression. In this book, you will read how Rosemary, in spite of really never catching the guy who hurt her, was able to regain her joy, and break loose of the fear that while natural, was crippling her. You can read this story of an amazing woman who instead reaches out to other women now who have been in similar situations and how her life became victorious over fear. This book deals with sexual assault, terror, forgiveness and healing. It is not a fun to read story, but if you have experienced a trauma in your life, it is a very helpful book. I found her story incredible, that you can rise above a trauma and be healed, although you may still bear the "scars".