A s you read this book you’ll witness that an invisible war is being waged between seductive evil and unfathomable good. This is truly a compelling story of redemption that takes place over a prolonged period of time. Real truth stands on its own. It’s not open for debate, nor can it be negotiated as some may think. Redemption is truth displayed to its fullest extent.

This story is one woman’s turbulent struggle with life. Honestly, it’s all our story. Where does the courage to face this crisis come from? How can compassion come from this kind of devastation?

It’s not something we can wave a magic wand at and it just happens. We are all caught up in our own pain to get past our own crisis. Something or someone needs to act on our behalf in order for real compassion to be expressed and demonstrated. Not just for the short term or the immediate challenge at hand.

How does a child handle the heartbreak of shattered innocence as it jolts her to the core like a bolt of lightning? From early childhood a young girl willingly envelops a deep secret protecting her loved ones. The fear of rejection, abandonment and exposure of the truth nips at her heels like a beast out of control.

As you become immersed in Naomi’s life from childhood to adulthood the venomous poison of self-doubt raises its ugly head. To make matters worse, an undiagnosed learning disability and deceptive relationships mount a barrage of deep disappointments. Now one secret turns to many in a constant effort to avoid exposure. A log jam of emotions and fear begin to pile up. Ways of avoiding exposure are consuming her mental energy.

In the midst of all this, Naomi becomes acutely aware that a merciless enemy is tracking her every move. Not seen, but the carnage left behind is becoming evident. Alone in all of this, she is fast losing all hope. Does anyone else know what’s going on? Who can she trust?

Author, Sally Betters dares to enter into these secret places of darkness and deception. She unveils cultural lies and societal pressures that twist our thinking. Sally shows through her vulnerability in writing and an intimate relationship with our Lord Jesus Christ, life can turn from crisis to compassion.

Foreword by Kary Oberbrunner, author of Your Secret Name, The Deeper Path, and Day Job to Dream Job

Meet Sally

Sally Betters is an inspirational speaker, compelling author and transformational coach. She is a UCLA graduate with Post Graduate work in teaching individuals with Dyslexia, Dysgraphia and ADD.

Sally Betters is an entrepreneur at heart with diverse experience in small business ownership and community involvement. She has owned and operated a professional tutorial services business, More than Words, for over fifteen years. She is passionate about her work with individuals who struggle with learning differences. Witnessing both incremental and drastic improvement in her students’ self-esteem and academic growth is rewarding and fulfilling. Additionally, she has coached women, both young and old, in various levels of emotional, mental and spiritual development on the topics contained within this book. Others are attracted to her leadership in group environments because of her deep compassion and knowledge base and willingness to work with diverse groups.

As a Certified Professional Tutor specializing in children and adults with Dyslexia, Dysgraphia and Attention Deficit Disorder. Sally Betters speaks to parent groups educating them on research-based systems. She has significantly impacted numerous students and their families with her expertise.

As an advocate on the effects of post abortion on women, Sally Betters has been invited to speak to churches, pastors and community groups. She has been on volunteer, case manager and staff member with the Post Abortion Counseling Program for the Santa Clarita Valley Pregnancy Center. In addition, she has served as a founding Board Member of the Vine Pregnancy Center in her local mountain community.

Sally Betters currently resides in Southern California with her husband, who is her soul mate. Together they have four adult children and four beautiful granddaughters.

To contact Sally, for information on booking her to speak at your event, visit her website at www.sallybetters.com. If you’re interested in personal coaching you can email her at info@sallybetters.com.

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News, Events & Media

October 2018 Interview by The Signal Santa Clarita Valley

"SCV Author Publishes Book Addressing Childhood Trauma"

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TV Interview from the Igniting Souls Conference

The launch of Sally's book was September 25th, 2018! It was a wonderful celebration!
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