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Hell in the Hallway: When One Door Closes Another Door Opens - But It's
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A collection of one-liner wisdom to help readers learn, laugh, and heal.
"Expectations are premeditated resentments." "Get out of your own way." "Laughter is the sound effect of recovery." Sandi Bachom has spent a fair amount of time "in the hallways" of life, trying to find her way out of, around, or through various crises--addiction, divorce, unemployment, and more. She developed a keen ear for wise sayings along the way--and it's a good thing she was paying such close attention. In Hell in the Hallway, Bachom shares hundreds of insights gathered in the midst of life's stall-outs, setbacks, and hardships. One-liners dispensed with a humorous slant. Universal truths spelled out in everyday language. Life's lessons boiled down to bite-size pieces. Topics covered range from acceptance to fear, laughter to healing, denial to spirituality, providing readers with an always accessible source of inspiration and support.
Hell in the Hallway offers a collection of one-liner wisdom to help readers learn, laugh, and heal: "Expectations are premeditated resentments."
"Get out of your own way."
"Laughter is the sound of recover."
About the Author
Sandi Bachom is the author of Denial Is Not a River in Egypt and The Wrath of Grapes. She lives in New York City.
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