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Dorothy Mays Clark - Actor/ Singer/ Director/ Playwright
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From My Heart, Mind and Soul....

Through The Storm

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You'll never guess what happened to me the other day. I was minding my business answering the phone at work when someone called from Shoreline Church inviting our church to participate in theirCelebrate RecoverySeminar that they're having in February. Okay, maybe that's not a wowser moment for you. But, for me, it was further confirmation of how God is working all of this out for this book to come to life.

Okay, let me explain. While I was dealing with my then husband's sexual addiction, we attended the Sex Addict Anonymous support groups in the area, but I needed something more connected, more spiritual.

"The Stranger Beside Me"

Sometimes, I admit, I get caught up with the Lifetime movies. When I was younger, I used to tease my mother about watching those movies on the "Crying Channel", as we would call it. But, now, as a woman, myself, I catch myself getting drawn in to so many of those movies. Their slogan, "My movies. My LifeTime", is definitely on point. 

One movie I identified with was,"The Stranger Beside Me". It is a 1995 made for television movie that stars Tiffani Amber Thiessen as a young newlywed who suspects that her charming husband is not as charming or innocent as he seems.