Rev. Jerry Troyer
"This can be the most important journey you will ever take."
Coming OUT To Ourselves
“You will be surprised at how easy it is to find yourself on the pages of this hopeful and encouraging book. A compelling read.”
--Debbie Ford, #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Dark Side of the Light Chasers.
“Coming out” is normally an expression referring to one’s sexual orientation, but it can also apply to being adopted, being abused as a child, or any experience or situation that makes us feel negative emotions.
As we allow ourselves to admit, accept and embrace who we truly are, we can step out of shame, guilt and regret, and into living the empowered, wonderful abundant lives we deserve.
Coming Out (Again)
Ideas on how to navigate through grief and loss, how to find purpose, and how to move forward into the next chapter of our lives—over the age of 60.
I’m not a member of AARP, I don’t accept the senior citizens’ discount, and even had some challenge ordering the “Old Timer’s Breakfast” at Cracker Barrel! I even use a little color enhancement on my hair (but don’t tell anybody). Denial is not just a river in Egypt.
But what I’ve noticed is so many people develop feelings of loneliness, uselessness, and lack of purpose. Many experience heart-breaking experiences, such as the death of a partner, parent or other loved one, or loss of a job, and somehow feel their lives are over.