Unmasked: One Soul's Journey from Anonymity to Identity

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Tate Publishing, 2007 - Biography & Autobiography - 295 pages
Begun as a journal assignment in high school, "Unmasked: One Soul's Journey from Anonymity to Identity" is a twenty-six year chronicle of one woman's journey from addiction, mental illness, bulimia, decadence, and self-hatred to transformation and redemption through an intimate relationship with God. With candid transparency, Paige DeHart takes the reader deep within her recovery process that was influenced by institutions such as Alcoholics Anonymous, Unity Church, and the mainstream Christian Church; while sharing quotes of great thinkers from many diverse fields such as religion, science, psychology, and philosophy. Because of the diversity of her experience, Unmasked will appeal to anyone who has ever pondered the deep meanings of existence. With the honesty of Koren Zailckas' Smashed and the direct revelation of Neale Donald Walsch's Conversations with God, Unmasked will both inspire and educate the reader on topics ranging from the nature of drug and alcohol addiction to the beautiful universal truths of life and love that are familiar to all. In her own words, Paige's desire for this project is that 'all who read the words of these many pages will be unmasked themselves.'

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