Christine Walters

Christine Walters

Christine Walters is the Founder and Owner at "Reflections of What God Can Do, LLC". She is the Author of "Ginny and Me”. Published nonfiction author. Entrepreneur and inspirational speaker born in Buffalo, New York, and grew up in Fort Myers, Florida. Currently, residing in the Washington, DC metro area. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Human Services Management degree with a focus on social work. Experienced in health and wellness, human and social services, and nonprofit management. She provides insight on forgiving the unforgivable through God's glory. Providing encouragement for people who have been hurt from abuse, loss, and extraordinary struggles. Faith and hope for the hurting.
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Published in the State of Virginia Library, Lee County, Florida, Library, Loudoun County, Virginia, Library and Buffalo, Erie County New York, Library. Published in Focus on Women Magazine. Publication review in Readers' Favorite Book Review and Midwest Book Review. Received 5-star book review by The Kindle Book Review. Published on Amazon US and UK. Published in Walmart. Published on Book Soup. Published in Mind Body Network for Natural Wellness, Relationships, Spirituality, and Success.

Author Christine Walters
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Books Christine has Published

Ginny and Me

Reflections of What God Can Do

Abuse is damaging. It comes from cycles of abusive behaviors learned and repeated through generations. Because of shame and embarrassment, many people do not speak about the cruelty they endured. In my case, most of the abuse I suffered resulted from my mother’s mental illness. For my entire life, people told me to excuse my mom’s abuse because she was mentally ill. However, mental illness does not give anyone the right to abuse you (in particular, your child). Ginny had childhood paranoid schizophrenia

Articles Christine has Published
Mental Health Awareness and Mother’s Day
Mental Health Awareness and Mother’s Day

Faith, hope, love, healing and forgiving the unforgivable through prayer. Inspirational Memoir http://www.amazon.com/Ginny-Me-Reflections-Wha.../.../B00XBPLOCO May is Mental Health Awareness Month and »

Faith, hope, love, healing and forgiving the unforgivable through prayer. Inspirational Memoir http://www.amazon.com/Ginny-Me-Reflections-Wha.../.../B00XBPLOCO May is Mental Health Awareness Month and Mother's Day is May 8th. Ginny and Me: Reflections of What God Can Do is a deep personal story about my troubled relationship with my mother, who lived with a severe mental illness. Ginny, died unexpectedly..

Christine Walters · May 6th, 2016

Christine Walters · May 6th, 2016