Or maybe this post should be titled “Crochet Saved My Life”.
Really, am I comparing a crochet hook to a lifebuoy? Well, sort of. Let me explain.
Not only does the book describe how crochet helped Kathryn through the dark days of depression, but also how it helped many other women who are also challenged by a chronic illness.
These stories are inspiring and encouraging and filled with hope.
Whether it is crocheting or any other hobby you may choose to pick up, having a creative interest, working with your hands and your heart can heal and help and preserve sanity better than any therapy or medications.
Now don’t quit your therapy or stop taking your medications because I said that!
But do read the stories about these amazing women and how crochet saved their lives.
Or read the introduction to the book and see if it grabs your attention.
This week I am going to share my own personal story about how working with my hands saves me every single day. Do you have a story you would like to share with me? I would love to publish it on my blog.
I am so glad you dropped by today!
Join me again at ‘Depression Getaway’ and together we will…
…live, care, laugh, share, learn, discover, forgive and recover.
Don’t give up, I’m praying for you!