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For Better or Worse


For Better or Worse 
To The Woman Who Loves an Alcoholic 
by Merideth Deeds 
Genre: Nonfiction, Self-Help 


Marriage can be hard at times. Loving your alcoholic husband for better or worse is even harder, sometimes almost impossible; That is, until you look to God and His Word. There you will find all that you need to know in order to navigate through this journey that unfortunately, has many unknowns. He is the source of your strength in what feels like such a hopeless situation.
God will never give you anything that you cannot handle with Him by your side.

You are to be admired for staying committed to your husband despite his sickness and for honoring the marriage vow that you made not only to your husband, but above all, to God. Take heart! God raised Jesus from the grave! He can and He wants to deliver your husband and heal both of your hearts from the heartache that alcoholism brings into lives. 

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I am a native of Texas, born and raised in a small town. I graduated from Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas in 2008 with a Bachelor's degree and from Tarleton State University in 2019 with a Master's in English and Curriculum. I currently am a full time teacher, mother, and wife.

God has put writing on my heart in order to inspire and encourage others that are currently or have experienced similar tribulations in life. My hope is that my stories will give others hope and comfort through the trials they face throughout their lives.

My first story, Lonely Road of Faith, is inspired by real-life events and me and my husband's broken paths that eventually led back to each other and to God. 




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Comments

  1. Looks interesting. Love the cover of this book.

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  2. The cover is very serene and beautiful. I grew up with an alcoholic mother and step-father and life was rough. This looks like a great book!

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  3. The cover points to the serious business of living with an alcoholic. It's tough to hang in there, but you show how faith can help.

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