As someone who has battled anxiety and depression knowingly since the age of twelve, and who also tried to commit suicide at that age, I can tell you that this book was like a cold blast of a Bahamian breeze, an utter rest for my soul. When My Mind Winds Up is written in short devotional style so it is an easy and quick read and a great companion to your daily bible reading/study.
I liked the quoteable wisdom I found throughout especially when she quoted Ralph Waldo Emerson, who happens to be my go-to guy to quote in times of crisis or distress, but overall, Ervig offers real-time solutions and walking each sufferer through their thoughts and helping them process, heal, and evolve.
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My life in a NUTSHELL..Every Since I was a little girl, I have been AFraid of just about everything..Now at 76yrs of age, having Lost A beloved son, my Spouse and having s Serious life threatening disease along with trying to Stay alive in a Pandemic.. I’m feeling more and more desolate isolated and alone.