Lisa Bethel-Young’s new memoir, “It Only Hurts When I Cry,” is a powerful personal memoir that tells the story of her upbringing in an abusive household.
The new book by Lisa Bethel-Young, titled “It Only Hurts When I Cry,” is a powerful memoir that shares the author’s journey to overcome a traumatic childhood.
Lisa Bethel-Young is a kind sister, wife, and mother. She is a companion to quite a large number. She has always been concerned about the welfare of our young people. She has worked with young people for most of her life. Lisa is likewise exceptionally enthusiastic about her relationship with God.
She is also passionate about her writing and has acknowledged writing is her getaway component when life turned out to be hard and overpowering. In addition to arts and crafts, Lisa enjoys painting, but cooking is her main passion. She can be found in the kitchen on any given day, preparing a delicious meal for her loved ones.
It Only Hurts When I Cry
Creator Lisa Bethel-Youthful examines how she picked the title for her journal, sharing, that she picked the title, Only Hurts When I Cry,’ since when she was a kid, and she was genuinely beaten, or in those days they would call it discipline, she wouldn’t cry. She constructed an exterior wall around herself and refused to submit to the pain because she believed that crying would bring the pain. She now recognizes that it was merely a coping strategy that helped her maintain her physical, mental, and emotional well-being. In any case, for Lisa, the words were simply strong to the point that she decided to title her journal about her turbulent childhood.
The powerful memoir written by Lisa Bethel-Young and published by Page Publishing gives readers who have been through similar circumstances hope and inspiration.
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