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The Harder I Laugh, the Deeper I Hurt: Unmask Your Pain, and Let the Healing Begin
The Harder I Laugh the Deeper I Hurt Unmask Your Pain and Let the Healing Begin
Author: Stan Toler, Debra White Smith
ISBN-13: 9780834117907
ISBN-10: 0834117908
Publication Date: 11/2000
Pages: 148
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Publisher: Beacon Hill Press
Book Type: Paperback
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Christians get depressed.
Not all of us--but many of us.
Maybe you or someone you love.

And it isn't because your faith in God is lacking, and it probably isn't becuase of a sin in your life, and you aren't the only Christian facing this monster. The truth is, life happens.

When Stan Toler was 11, his coal-miner father moved the family from West Virginia to ohio in search of a better life. Sran's father was killed in a construction accident shortly after the move.

When Debra White Smith was 15, her mother was overtaken by mental illness. During that lonely and confused time, Debra became the victim of sexual abuse.

Yes, Christians do struggle with lifes pain.

If you ever plastered on a fake smile when you didn't feel in the least bit cheerful or said you were fine when you were dying inside, read these true examples of how humor in some of life's most difficult circumstances brings healing.