Dying on The Inside and Suffocating on The Outside
People often say that silence is golden. In certain cases, it is. But when someone is suffering from an eating disorder, silence can lead them down a dark and isolated path. A young woman named Skylar has found herself on this path. As she strives to find her guiding light, she is weighed down by worry and self-doubt. She reaches out to her mother for help, but her mother refuses and misery takes Skylar’s hand instead. She finds herself losing her sense of direction in life, her last shred of happiness, her soul. But hope is not lost. Skylar seeks treatment and is rewarded with newfound family and friends. They are the first crucial step to her long recovery and fill her with the determination she needs to reach her full potential. With newfound confidence, Skylar digs deep to find her true purpose in life.
About Charlena E. Jackson (Atlanta, Georgia Author)
Charlena E. Jackson, M.S., M.H.A. is a professor at a university in Georgia. She is a prolific writer and has published several books, among them, being: If I Lose Myself, I’ll Lose It All, In Love with Blindfolds On, The Stars Choose Our Lovers, No Cross, No Crown: Trust God Through the Battle (1st & 2nd edition), Teachers Just Don’t Understand Bullying Hurts (1st & 2nd edition), I’m Speaking Up but You’re Not Listening (1st & 2nd edition), A Woman’s Love is Never Good Enough (1st & 2nd edition), Dear Fathers of the Fatherless Children, Dying on the Inside and Suffocating on the Outside, and Unapologetic for My Flaws and All (1st and 2nd edition). Her positive, dedicated, and determined attitude has encouraged many people to put up a good fight for justice and to be treated with respect. She is currently working on her Ph.D. in Healthcare Administration. Charlena is a much-loved inspirational speaker. She loves to read, roller skate, cycle, write, and travel.