“Not a Blueprint It’s the Shoe Prints that Matters, A Journey Through Toxic Relationships”
Audio format is here! (Listening Time: 5 hours and 56 minutes)
Narrated By: Sara Morsey / A product of Writelife Publishing
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Not a Blueprint explores the relationships that toxicity brings and its crippling effects. It’s a memoir . . . the inside pages of the writer’s journal.
Toxicity comes in a variety of relationships. What an interesting way to look at relationships. That’s cause when you think it through there’s an array of faces that are unveiled behind the mask.
These days, anything dealing with toxicity there are many people who rush to embrace, not all but most. So regardless of the relationship journey (this front page story) will spark one’s interest to know: It’s about (toxic) relationships, you’re not alone on your journey, and there’s an expectation its story will have readers leaving with a level of comfort in knowing there’s light at the end. Through its narrator’s voice, she tells the story of one’s family journey through the darkness to survival.
There’s no need to flip the pages of a storybook, just pop in the audio tape. Sit back and listen to the remarkable voice of Sara Morsey, as you travel the journey. There is a road of challenges to face for a single parent while coping to build a stable environment. Embarking on an incredible path, Sara takes you through those shoe prints from the life of a family who’s entangled in one toxic relationship after another.
The reading of this story is not intended to be a blueprint for cancer. It’s the shoe prints that count (matter). Those shoe prints are a symbol of life’s journey representing each and every step taken. Travel with Sara in the steps of those shoe prints from beginning to end . . . passing from birth, joy, pain, forgiveness, and an array of emotions.
As you travel with Sara, embrace every moment. And enjoy your walk through this journey.
Since going through the journey, Nina says,”We all go through stuff in life (the good, the bad, and the ugly). But, when you think there’s no way out, don’t give up! There’s light at the end of the tunnel.”
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