Welcome to my page!  My name is Renee Guerrieri and I live on Long Island with my husband and three beautiful daughters.  For over a decade I suffered with severe anxiety and bouts of depression, following the death of my beautiful friend Nicole.  In 2014, I began blogging about my “recovery” from anxiety as I finally began to take control of my anxiety and get my life back.  What I didn’t know then was that my story was about to take a turn I never expected.  In May of 2015 I had to stop writing because the story I was blogging about that I thought was my own story, would turn out to have a totally different author behind it.  I had experienced darkness so unbearable that I thought I would never see clearly again, and I wanted to share my journey with others who suffered, but unbeknownst  to me there was a light that was coming into my life that was going to set me free, forever.  I had always struggled with a belief in God.  I wanted to believe, but it seemed too magical.  The good news is that just because you may not believe in God that doesn’t mean that he doesn’t believe in you.  Praise God!  In my journey through anxiety God has revealed himself so clearly to me and I have seen things that my eyes cannot unsee and for that I am eternally grateful.  You almost always seem to find your most greatest treasures when you aren’t really looking and in my attempt to prove that religion is manmade, I didn’t find a religion, but a God, a man, the creator of heaven and earth; and what I also found was the most important relationship I will ever have.  If you have suffered like I have I pray that you will read through these pages of my blog and find a hope that you can truly stand firm on.  We live in a broken world, but we don’t have to live broken.  There is one who can truly put us back together.  I come to you today in 2018, not just with a personal experience, but research and time spent uncovering the truth behind my recovery from anxiety and my path to Christ.

                             Cast all your anxiety on him because he cares for you.

                                                                                                         1 Peter 5:7


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