Nancy Virden, author of "Called to Live," will be in Cleveland on Nov. 21 to sign copies of her book. More details from a news release:
WHEN: 2013-11-21TIME: 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.WHERE: Nana's Italian Cuisine - Holiday Inn, 4181 W 150th St. Cleveland, OH 44135
WHAT: Virden, a resident of King of Prussia, PA, will be available to sign copies of her book, Called to Live.I have been asked before, "Will you please call me if you plan to hurt yourself?" To which I have always replied, "If I have the wherewithal to call you, I have the wherewithal to not hurt myself." This time I looked at it from a more "gray" perspective and allowed that the phone call could be made before I reach the point of no return.
This sometimes-quirky, sometimes-sad, sometimes cheery memoir follows the life of Nancy Virden as she recovers from her attempted suicide. Nancy takes the reader into the depths of a Major Depressive episode and beyond.
With a unique writing style and fresh outlook on life, Nancy documents recovery from what she thought was God telling her it was okay to commit suicide to realizing the act has consequences far beyond what she had imagined.
As Nancy learns to accept life and herself, she provides a candid perspective on love, marriage, faith, and everything in between. Called to Live is a captivating account of healing from the lowest of lows, wavering between looking to the past and future, and ultimately being content with who and where you are.
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