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A newspaper columnist describes her lifelong search for spiritual faith, her discovery after twenty-one years of marriage and six sons that her husband was gay, the struggle to accept the truth, and her coming to a joyous new vision of God and family.
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Sally Lowe Whitehead is a freelance writer and the mother of six young men. The Truth Shall Set You Free is her first book.From Library Journal:
Whitehead, who is Episcopal, fell in love with her high school sweetheart, Michael, who is Catholic, and they made the fatal make-out mistake, which forced them into marriage. After 21 years together, Whitehead confronted her husband, asking if he is having an affair?with another man. In this literary memoir, written with the encouragement of her family, friends, ex-husband Michael, and his partner, Craig, Whitehead, a newspaper columnist living in Cumming, Georgia, chronicles her vision of faith and the joy and pain of raising a family. Sally and Michael shared a roving quest after God, which led them through fundamentalism and created false guilt about their parenting of six sons and one daughter. After sharing what was deep within their hearts, they were able to break free from spiritual and personal repression and discover a path to acceptance, forgiveness, and love. A moving book; recommended for family inspirational collections.?L. Kriz, West Des Moines Lib., Ia.
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Book Description Harper San Francisco, 1997. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0062513931
Book Description Harper San Francisco, 1997. Hardcover. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0062513931