About the Best-Selling Author of
STRENGTH TO SPEAK
Licia L. Johnson lives in Chicago and discovered her love for writing in the sixth grade. She has a bachelor's degree in Print Journalism. Licia has been working in customer service for over 8 years. She wants all children to know that God loves them and that they are made in His image!
Strength to Speak: One Womans Struggle to Make Peace with Her Past | Paperback – January 11, 2011
Child sexual abuse is one of if not the most immoral act of today's society. Psychologists estimate that 15 percent of society experienced some form of sexual abuse as children, the immediate effects of which vary from sleeping and eating disturbances to anger, withdrawal, and guilt to even physical ailments, such as rashes, vomiting, and headaches. Long term effects, such as depression, anxiety, or post-traumatic stress disorder, often manifest in the individual's adulthood due to the victim's fear of sharing and seeking help. Joy Jenkins is one such individual. Based on a true story, Strength to Speak: One Woman's Struggle to Make Peace with Her Past recounts one woman's struggle to understand her anxiety issues and the traumatic event she experienced as an innocent five-year-old. Be inspired by Joy's story to find the strength to speak out. God promises healing, but you, as the victim, must find a way to let it out and let go.
True Friendship with Girlfriends | Kindle - December 26, 2017
Can this friendship be put back together again? No relationship or friendship is perfect. You will always have your ups and downs. But what if negative things continue to occur? How do you handle it or is there a solution? What if you realize the friendship is over and that its okay to move on? Should the longevity of the friendship be the priority in making it work? True Friendship with Girlfriends will give you a sneak peek into this scenario and how it ends.
Healing In His Wings: How I Am Making It Through by Licia Johnson | Paperback, Hardcover, Kindle - June 21, 2021
Readers will be interested in her unique voice because she writes best from her emotions and experiences.
PREVIEW: Joy has been walking with the Lord for over 20 years and she talks to him about everything. Why is it that she still struggles with her emotions and anxiety? She thought she was giving him all of her problems and thoughts but maybe not. She goes through the cycle of a day and need space between day and by the end of it she feels better. How can she not allow her emotions to take her there again? She gets excited about a new year, job, fresh beginnings but along the way that excitement turns into extreme nervousness. She displays symptoms of a queasy stomach and no appetite. She is not motivated to do anything. But as the cycle ends, she comes back to herself, relaxed.