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Meg Corrigan: Then I Am Strong

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Nadia Giordana

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Then I Am Strong: Moving from My Mother's Daughter to God's Child is an insightful, humorous, and courageous look at the life of one girl growing up in a profoundly volatile family-an alcoholic mother, codependent father, over-responsible sister-as they lived in the shadow of the bottle. Meg not only reports the events in her own voice, but she employs a unique look at her parents early years as well. Using stories from her family and her father's letters to her mother, the author tells a tale of moving from pain to healing. Along the way, she discovers God and His plan for her life, which allows her to forgive her parents-and most of all, herself. Her journey will encourage others, and show that, no matter what happened in our past, it does not have to determine our present and future. Meg Corrigan holds a Master's Degree in Guidance and Counseling from the University of New Mexico. She has worked as a county social worker, vocational rehabilitation counselor, and a college counselor, helping clients and students with depression and anxiety, grief and loss, chemical dependency, sexual abuse, and other mental health issues. A retired mother and grandmother, she lives in Lake Elmo, Minnesota, with her husband Patrick.