Faith Bonyak, daughter-in-law of Dick Bonyak of New Martinsville and the late Pat Bonyak, has published a book, New Beginnings: A Bipolar's Journey to Regain Her God-Given Identity.
Married to Michael Bonyak, Faith penned her memoir to show how she dealt with bipolar and borderline personality disorder, before there was a name for it. This story was written to help others overcome what the author has experienced and to prove that those affected by the disorder can lead a normal life. "I want to show others like me that they're not alone!" she said.
"The first part of the book is about all the different identities I lived under to help myself deal with the issues I was undergoing," said Faith. "The final part is the journey to my "new beginning". It is all the things I've learned along the way to help me see what God really had planned for me."
An interpreter for the deaf in Weirton, W.Va., Faith said, "I believe I was named Faith for a reason." She is inspired by her husband and children, and is working on her next book.
Published by Strategic Book Publishing and Rights Co, LLC, New Beginnings: A Bipolar's Journey to Regain Her God-Given Identity (ISBN: 978-1-61897-082-4) is now available for $11.97 and can be ordered through the publisher's website, sbpra.com/FaithBonyak, at www.amazon.com, or www.barnesandnoble.com
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