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Whose Apple is it Anyway?
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As a survivor of emotional and physical abuse, rape, divorce, a 17-year marriage to a man who was later convicted as a sexual predator, two emotional breakdowns, homelessness and grief, Linda F. Williams learned a remarkable lesson- The difference between victim and victor lies in leveraging the pain to make it all count for something. Making it count begins with forgiveness. As long as we fail to forgive we fail to heal. If we fail to heal we are stuck in the muck and mire of abuse – it colors our entire lives. It taints our perspectives and influences every life-decision. It relegates us to a relentless cycle of victimization to the point of remaining in perpetual grip of the same hurtful events that sidetracks us months, years, even decades, later.
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Don't Box Me In: Linda F. Williams
Linda has the insight to recognize how traumatic histories and other painful experiences lead to self-defeating behaviors that can mutate our God-given character traits; and immobilize purpose by locking down our talents, skills, and abilities. She shares her thoughts and her own story of triumph in her new book WHOSE APPLE IS IT ANYWAY
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Linda F. Williams
Founder and CEO of Whose Apple Empowerment Center, Linda F. Williams has a Bachelor’s in Organizational Leadership from Calvin College; a Masters of Social Work (Clinical/Macro) from Western Michigan University; and Graduate Certification in Substance and Alcohol Abuse. She is a doctoral candidate at The Harold Abel School of Social and Behavioral Sciences at Capella University. She is also a former Professor of Human Services.

Read More About Linda at her website