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Connected

Curing the Pandemic of Everyone Feeling Alone Together

Erin Davis (Author)

Publisher: B&H Publishing Group

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Technology has allowed us to connect with more people in more places than ever before. Sure we have “friends” we even have “followers” and yet, a silent epidemic is sending shock waves straight into our living rooms. What is this hidden disease? Loneliness. Popular author Erin Davis knows what it’s like to feel lonely. She knows how it feels to have many friends, a full schedule, and a pit in her stomach. As she wrestled her own feelings of loneliness to the ground, Erin started to feel like the scientist charged with finding the cure for the lonely epidemic—a journey that has proved to be funny, encouraging, and helpful. What is causing the pain of loneliness to gnaw at our hearts? What does God know about feeling alone? While swimming in a sea of people, what’s a lonely girl to do? Where should she turn for a life raft? Erin has traveled across the country to talk with other women and answer these questions for us all. Come along in Connected to learn about her journey as well as the stories of women who are probably a lot like you!
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Item Number 005606572
Language English
Medium Format eBook
Contributors Erin Davis (Author)
Publication Date 2014-07-01
Type Non-Fiction
Pages 208
Product Group Books
ISBN13 9781433682599
Publisher B&H Publishing Group
ISBN10 1433682591

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