“I didn’t think I could survive this last insult, this last disaster. On top of everything I’d experienced in my thirty-something years, this one was the worst.
“I couldn’t go on. Life held nothing for me anymore. I’d been through devastating personal loss: my father, my grandfather, my beloved Granny Gaga, my home, my country, what else was there to lose, only my life. And the razor blade nearly did it.
“Tormented through anorexia, trying so hard to be what everyone wanted me to be threw me into alcoholism and finally: the husband I loved more than life itself – leaving. Was suicide really the only way out?”
No! From the depths of despair Belinda clawed her way out, not only to surface a healthier woman but more importantly, the woman she was always meant to be: whole, in touch with her inner self, her guiding light, her knowing, and her unshakeable belief that only through love can you conquer fear and understand that nothing owns you — but you.
‘Fear to Love — An Inner Journey Home,’ is a warm, truthful and emotional account of one woman’s voyage back to life and living.