LIVE OAK, Texas - October 14, 2022 - (Newswire.com)
Lauraine Mercer-Leblanc, a retired ICU nurse who worked both sides of the Canadian/American border during her thirty-seven-year career, has completed her new audiobook "Lost and Found": A powerful and poignant memoir that reveals how heartache and loss led her to experience God in a deeper way.
"Lost in the bush for 84 hours at the age of three, recovery was slow," writes Mercer-Leblanc. During a doctor's visit when she was seven, she overhears the physician tell her mother, "Your daughter is cognitively deficient." Years of mental calisthenics and low self-esteem ensue, but God's interventions teach her not to believe the lies people tell her and the bigger lies she tells herself.
The sudden loss of her mentor carves a hole in her life so deep it disconnects her from God. This story is about faith, family, love, tragedy, and trusting God, even when you're mad at Him.
When the author finds she needs to start life over again for the third time she is relieved. Now, she can pursue a dream. Hard work and tenacity, despite disability, take her to the top of her field of nursing practice"
This story billboards the reality, 'you are what you believe.' Guard your heart: The issues of life truly do flow from it.
Published by Audiobook Network, author Lauraine Mercer Leblanc's new audiobook explores how to keep one's heart and mind open to God so his mercy can heal spiritual and emotional wounds, allowing oneself to overcome almost any obstacle.
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Original Source: Lauraine Mercer-Leblanc's New Audiobook, 'Lost and Found', is a Stirring Memoir About Life-Changing Losses and Unwanted Outcomes That Encourage Her to Seek a Better Life