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I Can remember very early in my life questioning why things...
I Can remember very early in my life questioning why things happened the way they did and receiving answers that I was not comfortable with. Dissatisfaction went on for many years and my problems grew. Finally I felt so unhappy and unable to cope with life and convinced that my family would be better off without me that I attempted suicide. (I had been under a doctor's care and had been taking several types of medication. I was suffering from arthritis, severe headaches, and disabling back problems, among other things.)
When the suicide attempt failed, I was left with much to think about. I could no longer run away from my mounting problems but had to face up to them. The very next day I was introduced to Christian Science by a friend who was aware of my situation.
To live at "zero g"
A time of blossoming
Frances L. West
Patricia P. Wilson
A family business
Irene Elizabeth Newton
The numbers—what can they tell us?
Michael D. Rissler
Give a happy new year
Where does one begin to express prayerful gratitude for a lifetime...
Patricia E. Hockenberry with contributions from Tarrissa E. Hockenberry, Kristine L. Hockenberry, Heidi Eirene Hockenberry
This testimony is written with deep gratitude for the teachings...
Janet E. Halfpenney
I've had the blessings of Christian Science healing all my life
Kathryn Spencer with contributions from Bruce R. Spencer