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  • Writer's pictureCharlene Stevens Jenkins

New Mercies for Toxic Times

Updated: Sep 6, 2020

Just as toxins in our bodies threaten stability and wellness, toxic relationships are equally if not more dangerous. These are really unprecedented (yes, I know the word is used so much these days) times and we have to protect ourselves from many right? Have you ever found yourself in a toxic relationship? In this case, my definition of a toxic relationship is when one of the people involved has failed to or is unable to contribute to the growth and development of the other; possibly because either or both have become stagnant and can no longer do so...or are unwilling to do so. Not all toxic relationships have to end as long as individuals are willing to change and stop any harmful or destructive behaviors. (If you are in harm’s way, please don’t stay.) I’m so glad that God’s mercies are new every morning. I've had some toxic relationships, and I was led to write a book to help others. If you want to learn more about how God brought me through my own seasons, you can order my first book available now online: When I Was 40. I can't wait to get my hands on the first shipment in a few weeks. I am planning a virtual book signing event, so stay tuned for the details! I want you to join me! For now, please 'like' and share this and let’s spread the word! Thank you for your prayers and support!

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07 sept. 2020

This book is a must read! I didn’t expect it to pack such a punch! From the moment I opened your book I did not want to put it down. It is spiritually compelling and keenly insightful. Each chapter is very thought provoking and left me with a strong sense of hope after hurt. It is a very encouraging book and left me eager and ready to make some half-time adjusts for the next chapter of my life. Awesome work Charlene!! God bless you!! Encore!!! I’m ready for the next book!!! ❤️😀

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