You could read this book as one adventurous Australian woman’s life, loves, losses and triumphs across seven decades and four continents, the lively story of a life fully-lived. It’s a great story, interesting, entertaining and satisfying. But I think the best thing about this book is the insights shared – the why as well as the what and how.
There is no sugar-coating. Instead, there is a depth of understanding plus absolute honesty combined with insights gained that will have you nodding in recognition. And, perhaps, thinking back on events in your own life, seeing them, and your younger self, in a new and more forgiving light.
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Denise A Nisbet, (author name) a published author and clinical psychologist, analyses her own life experiences in This Eternal Journey. Often amusing and at times heart wrenching, she identifies and examines the events that have thrown her off course, off the comfortable middle class ride into turmoil. How Denise has drawn meaning and strength from these dark times is inspirational and invites readers to examine the text of their own lives.
Living on the Central Coast of NSW, Denise Wallis PhD worked as a Senior Clinical Psychologist for the NSW Department of Public Health. She has published articles in professional journals and her first book Cherish Our Children hit the market in 2009. She retired in 2013 and now focuses on writing.