This Eternal Journey: reflections on love, pain, mysteries and the whole damn thing by Denise A Nisbet

‘Depth, feelings, memories, sweetness, sadness, a touch of divinity, beauty, friendships — it’s been a loooong time since I read a book that moved me like this one.’ “Denise’s book is fascinating, part travelogue, part spiritual journey. I felt I had shared her life with her.’ ‘A captivating story of a woman’s journey, and more…

‘Depth, feelings, memories, sweetness, sadness, a touch of divinity, beauty, friendships — it’s been a loooong time since I read a book that moved me like this one.’ “Denise’s book is fascinating, part travelogue, part spiritual journey. I felt I had shared her life with her.’ ‘A captivating story of a woman’s journey, and more importantly, a journey of the soul.’ Readers have enjoyed this book for all these reasons. We all think about the meaning of life, right? Living and working in five different countries meant I gathered some ideas about that. They are not religious ideas, but they are comforting. So I wrote this book to share them with you.
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“Enchanting, honest sharing of an incredibly varied life!”

Five Star Review on Amazon by Kim D

I so enjoyed the open, honest sharing in this book. The author was able to take me to parts of the world I have never had the opportunity to visit. She shared many highs and incredibly painful lows. She shared her learnings and beliefs but recognized not everyone will agree with her. The writing style was unique. It felt like she was telling me a story as one would over a cup of coffee. Very enjoyable read!

About the Author

Living in Australia on the Central Coast of NSW, Dr Denise A Nisbet Wallis has lived and worked in many areas of the world including the Territory of Papua New Guinea, The Netherlands, Indonesia, England, and the United States. She has worked most recently as a Senior Clinical Psychologist for the Department of Public Health in NSW where she specialised in the treatment of adult survivors of childhood abuse. She has published articles in professional journals and her first book Cherish Our Children hit the market in 2009. She retired in 2013 and now focuses on writing.

In This Eternal Journey Denise A Nisbet (author name) analyses her life experiences. Often amusing and at times heart wrenching, she identifies and examines the events that have thrown her off course, off the comfortable middle class ride into turmoil. How Denise has drawn meaning and strength from these dark times is inspirational and invites readers to examine the text of their own lives.

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