Readers Struggling with Rejection Will be Encouraged by Author’s Story of Healing – Benzinga

CHANDLER, Ariz., Aug. 1, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ --Brandon Johnson's book, The Heavy Heart And The Unexpected Place of Healing: Guernsey ($11.49, paperback, 9781631299520; $19.99, hardcover, 9781631299537; $5.99, ebook, 9781631299544), is available for purchase.

Sometimes in life, we find ourselves facing rejection. This can come from family members, friends, work, significant othersno matter the origin of the rejection, however, the end result stings, making us question our self-worth and if we will be able to find the acceptance we so desperately seek.

Author Brandon Johnson struggled with rejection throughout his life, which led to other struggles, but the rejections that devastated him actually eventually led to his healing. The Heavy Heart and the Unexpected Place of Healing: Guernsey by Brandon Johnson tells the author's story of finding the healing acceptance of God in a circumstance and location which otherwise screamed of failure and inadequacy.

By taking the reader on a journey through his time in the United States Air Force and his many experiences both domestic and abroad, Brandon explains how God met him in his darkest moments and restored him, even when he felt like he'd gone past the point of no return.

"Whoever reads this book will gain a new perspective on their life," said Johnson.

Brandon Johnson is originally from Tulsa, Oklahoma, a small but diverse community. He currently works at Whole Foods Market and enjoys teaching others the importance of living and eating a healthy lifestyle.

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Xulon Press, a division of Salem Media Group, is the world's largest Christian self-publisher, with more than 12,000 titles published to date. The Heavy Heart And The Unexpected Place of Healing, Guernsey is available online through,, and

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Readers Struggling with Rejection Will be Encouraged by Author's Story of Healing - Benzinga

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