The Ishmael Syndrome

The Secret Journey Through Abandonment, Fatherlessness and Hostility
Narrated by: Yolanda C. Gallman
Length: 2 hrs and 30 mins
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Enjoy a provocative journey into the secret places and discover your true destiny by unlocking the Ishmael Syndrome. This thought-provoking book will change the way you see yourself and the world. Yolanda reveals the hidden keys to unlock your highest self by breaking the Ishmael Syndrome; join the journey, your destiny awaits.

©2016 Yolanda C. Gallman (P)2016 Yolanda C. Gallman and Dunamis P. Starr

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Amazing testimony of survival and healing.

The focus is healing through a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. I recommend this book for women who are familiar with Christianity and Biblical concepts who are seeking a word of comfort, sisterhood, and hope. My criticism is the narration was a little slow for my taste. There were moments the author read in a very natural style and other times the reading was not as relaxed. I would have also appreciated a deeper development of some of the concepts. At some points it was repetitive rather than being expository: a lot of conclusions without development of the factual reasoning. I hope to hear more from this author in the future about her healing approach, young people she's worked with, and a more in depth analysis of this revelation.