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About the Book
Book: Let It Go!
Author: Andrea Boeshaar
Genre: Nonfiction/Devotional Journal
Release date: May 4, 2022
Have you ever felt lost in your anxiety and/or panic attacks? Author Andrea Boeshaar certainly has. In fact, this book is a result of the author’s troubles, triumphs and occasional stumbles over anxiety. In the past, she’s contacted professionals who couldn’t seem to help her. Finally, she looked up and turned to the Lord. That’s when His mercy and grace revealed the remedy for panic attacks and anxiety disorders—and now she shares it with you!
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About the Author
Andrea Boeshaar was born and raised in SE Wisconsin, but now resides in the Upstate of South Carolina. She and her husband Daniel have been married for more than 40 years. They count themselves blessed by their wonderful family, including 5 grandchildren.
Andrea’s publishing career began in 1994 when her first novel was released by Heartsong Presents book club (Barbour Publishing). In addition, Andrea worked as a literary agent for a number of years at Hartline Literary Agency under the tutelage of Joyce Hart. In 2007, Andrea earned her certification in Christian life Coaching. She has encouraged a number of authors who are now bestsellers, and she continues to pursue that area of ministry.
Meanwhile, Andrea still writes. For a list of all her books, log on to her website https://andreaboeshaar.com/.
More from Andrea
LET IT GO! is a devotional journal designed for those who struggle with panic attacks and anxiety. Andrea knows about both. She struggles with them herself. But instead of asking her doctor for a refill of medication, Andrea felt led to seek the Lord instead. However, Andrea doesn’t discount the benefits of medicine. Science is a gift from God. Even so, our minds must be in a good place in order for the medication to achieve its full effects. Therefore, whether you require medication or not, this book will be helpful and encouraging to you.