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You’re On Your Own:A Mother’s Letters on Life to Her Sons

Embark on a profound journey of maternal wisdom and unwavering faith as Anne Hotchkis, amidst the shadows of divorce and bipolar disorder, pens heartfelt letters to her sons, offering profound insights born from resilience and spiritual guidance.

With a rich educational background, including a Bachelor of Science degree (B.Sc.) in Biology, a Bachelor of Education degree (B.Ed.), and a Masters of Education degree (M.Ed.), Hotchkis brings a depth of understanding to her narrative. Her experience in teaching elementary school lends a unique perspective to her reflections on motherhood and personal growth.

Through 32 letters written over 25 years, Hotchkis shares her transformative journey of growth and healing. Fortified by her unshakeable faith in God, she fervently prays for guidance, leading her to a trusted friend who helps peel away the layers of fear, shame, guilt, and marital scars. She fearlessly confronts the stigma surrounding divorce and mental illness, offering a raw and authentic portrayal of her experiences. Now, as a grandparent, she imparts invaluable lessons drawn from her spiritual awakening and the profound impact of unconditional love.

“You’re On Your Own” is an indispensable read for mothers navigating the intricate tapestry of parenthood, individuals grappling with divorce or mental illness, and anyone seeking solace and guidance in life’s darkest moments. Anne Hotchkis’ letters resonate with the profound strength found in vulnerability and the healing power of unwavering faith.

Purchase this book today and allow it to illuminate your path toward resilience, self-discovery, and spiritual fulfillment.

Purchase the Book Today on Amazon.

Author: Anne Hotchkis 

Page Count: 66

Rating: 4.8 / 5 Stars

Reviewer: Jacob Miller

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