NOW AVAILABLE! – “Fighting Through The Fear”

Fighting Through the Fear, soft front & back (1 page)

David details his harrowing personal journey – which continues from day to day. He has learned to FIGHT THROUGH THE FEAR. A portion of the proceeds from each book sale will be donated to an organization dedicated to helping survivors heal from childhood sexual abuse.

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COMING SOON – Inspirational Apparel!

Moody Speaks was created to promote healing and hope.  David has combined his passion for photography with his mission of helping those on the journey of recovery and healing from childhood sexual abuse.  His t-shirts combine words of experience and wisdom with photos he’s taken on his travels, and each shirt has its own “inspiration!”

A portion of the proceeds from each t-shirt sale will be donated to an organization dedicated to helping survivors heal from childhood sexual abuse.

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Here’s what inspired David to create the t-shirts.

1. “The other shoe doesn’t always drop.  Keep going.” As I reflected on the effect of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and panic attacks, I realized I often felt like something bad would happen. If that’s the case, why even try to succeed? I finally realized the other “shoe” doesn’t always drop, so I must keep going.

2. “If I worry about dying, I will miss living.” On this journey of healing, I feared that I would die ‘early.’ I had to push myself to understand that if I spend my time worry about dying, I would miss living. I must not waste a second of life, and live it to the fullest.

3. “Enjoy the journey of life.” Life goes fast! It is a journey with ups and downs, and we have to enjoy the journey.

4. “We not only survive. We thrive.” As a childhood sexual abuse survivor, I tell myself that I must do more than survive. I must thrive while I am alive.

5. “Fight through the fear.” So often, FEAR – what Zig Ziglar defined as “False Evidence Appearing Real” – was stopping me in my tracks. I learned I had to fight through the fear and get to the other side of that fear.

6. “Don’t let imaginary fear stop you.” I live with PTSD and panic attacks. Things that I imagined and feared stopped me from going for my dreams or trying new and exciting activities. I knew I had to keep going!