Title: Breaking Chains
Author: Deborah Ware
Length: 194 Pages (Paperback edition)
A young girl caught in the entanglement of her parent’s dysfunctional relationship, Deborah Ware found herself scorned, heart-broken, and damaged as an adult.
Her home life and exposure to generational curses riddled with negativity, hate, betrayal and her life was accompanied by tears, sickness, feelings of isolation and, low self-esteem.
Breaking Chains chronicles Deborah’s journey to end the chapters of her life that no longer served her destiny or purpose. Believing in her dreams at all costs empowered her to discover freedom, and ultimately self-love.
Breaking Chains is a memoir by Deborah Ware about the early days of her life, her teenage, her married life and then her life as a grandmother. She has also talked about her career in music and about her love life too.
Life has not been decent to her in earlier days as she was always known as the ugly daughter that was never mentioned and all this broke her belief in her abilities but she never stepped away from the path of being modest and grounded. She was always there for everyone. She was there with her mother when her parents were having a hard time in their relationship. She was there with her children when they needed love, care and good parenthood.
But she was always left hurt when she wanted them the most.
I was so sorry to know that a mother could conspire against her daughter. But why? It made me sad that she loved her son so much but they did not let her stay with their newborn because they and their wives somehow did not develop trust in her.
In spite of all these, the best part was Deborah came out triumph regardless of all the turmoils in her life. She found her happiness in music. And also I would bring out that although his father had a bad relationship with her mother he never left them alone and was the sole provider of the family and he made Deborah participate in extracurricular activities that lead her towards her career. So I acknowledge that he did not run away from his responsibilities as many do.
The book has been written in a very straightforward and sorted manner which anybody and everybody can read through easily. The story is obviously touching at so many points when Deborah talks over her agonies. At the same time, there is an inspiration to come out of it.
🌻There is a lot to learn from this book if you’re facing hard times in your own family or in your career or you are having inferiority complexes then you need this book. I think everyone needs confidence like Deborah and must say to themselves, “I am so beautiful in my own way”.
“You see my father was never the kind of man to say the words ‘I love you’ verbally”
Deborah Ware has always been musically gifted. From a young age, she was singing, and performing. Throughout the course of their musical career, Deborah Ware has won over the hearts of music lovers from all walks of life; performing at a variety of venues, making loads of public appearances, all the while recording new music.
This is Deborah’s debut novel telling about her life.
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