Bengay. Increasing hair loss. And pretty wigs. A large number of people struggle with low self-esteem and self-hatred. For singer-songwriter Carol Chisolm, this identity consumed her. Living in the shadows of shame, fear, and captivity, she was a victim of alopecia, an autoimmune disorder that resulted in hair loss.
For thirty years she tried every hair-growing product available, and into adulthood, she hid her increasing baldness underneath fancy wigs. Not even her family was allowed to see her bald shame. Until one day, after years-long inner battle, she emerged with a sheer confidence that only God could give, revealing her baldness as a gift from God. She realized that her identity came not from hair products and wigs but from a deep, inner peace, joy, and freedom.
If you question your identity, your worth, your purpose, Breaking the Shadows will help you
This book will show you how to move out from behind the shadows as it gently and courageously leads you on a freedom path, with action steps to reclaim your inner self. Like Carol, you too can lift your voice and sing, becoming the beautiful, thriving soul you are meant to be.
About the author
Singer and lyricist Carol Chisolm holds a bachelor’s and MBA in business administration. She has alopecia, an autoimmune disorder resulting in hair loss. For decades she lived in the voiceless shadows of fear and shame. Now she lives and sings with radiant freedom in Christ, reminding others that they too have an identity worth living. Her singles can be found on all major music streaming platforms. An Oklahoma City native, she and her husband live in Melbourne, Florida. They have two adult children and one grandchild. Visit her at carolchisolm.com.
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