|About the Book|
Sara is tired – immensely tired of trying to be understood and tired of defendingherself against her partner Ben, who constantly accuses her of not loving him. Shecan’t do it anymore. She finally says it- she tells him what he’s been accusing herMoreSara is tired – immensely tired of trying to be understood and tired of defendingherself against her partner Ben, who constantly accuses her of not loving him. Shecan’t do it anymore. She finally says it- she tells him what he’s been accusing her of telling him for as long as they have been together. She tells him that she wants to split up. She knows it’s the right thing for them to do… until the day when the threat of losing their daughter has her seeing things from a different perspective. At that point it’scrystal clear that she’ll never let go of him − she’ll never let go of her family. However, even though she persuades Ben to move back home, his heart is sealed away from hers. Instead she has to face up to the fact that he now is having an affair with his secretary, Sheila. The affair evolves and Ben leaves Sara. His balls are now stuck in Sheila’s iron grip and her jealous and possessive character rules the game. Sara feels like a rubber band which is being stretched to fit everyone else. She falls into a depression and the emotional trauma awakens a disturbing event from the past – an incident that has remained an unsolved mystery for far too long. Ben, for his part, is unable to sever the link with Sara and this uncut cord suffocates her. With everything in her life escalating, it finally drives her over the brink. This is when Sara’s real journey of finding herself begins. The fear, faith and courage she has to face opens her up to life’s mystery and the greatness that rests within. It’s a rocky emotional ride but it takes her, step by step, from despair to total and utter joy.My road to Me is a true story, where mystical events evolve as Sara gradually gains a deep understanding of her own self and inner beauty, until she finally finds her happiness.