Pre-order Dr. Keith Marshall’s new book, “Fear to Freedom: From Dumpster to Doctor.”
Fear to Freedom: From Dumpster to Doctor, is a book title that stirs a strong curiosity at the onset. The mind’s eye envisions familiar sights of souls lingering on sidewalks, asleep on bus stop benches or lining freeway underpasses in metropolitan areas. Hope for them appears dim, and a life turnaround is nearly impossible.
Author, Dr. Keith L. Marshall escorts his reading audience down a very personal and vulnerable road. A scenic route revealing his childhood physical and sexual abuse, promiscuity, a twenty-three-year struggle with a chronic crack cocaine addiction, abandonment, homelessness, imprisonment, and the severe trauma suffered from being shot in the head point-blank and stabbed multiple times, being left for dead.
Ultimately, Dr. Marshall does reveal the silver lining within the pages of his autobiography. Before doing so, he naturally motivates his reading audience to take a deeper look into their own lives, past, and present. In doing so they may be inspired to unearth and face their own buried pain, ghosts from the past, and residual fears that need to be uprooted and healed. His extraordinary experience of being wrapped in a modern-day miracle as he stared death in the face is inexplicable. He survived the unimaginable which brought him to the doorstep of spiritual awareness and full awareness of how his pain, pushed him, to his purpose.
Dr. Marshall let go of religious practices and rituals and became conscious of a relationship with his Creator. He learned how to practice principles to examine his thought life and to change self-destructive behaviors that hurt himself and others. His journey proves that no matter how dark and ominous a life may seem, there is always a way out, and an opportunity to rebuild your life.
Dr. Marshall is a Doctor of Psychology, CEO, and Author, and living a more enduring, purposeful, and productive life. Fear to Freedom: From Dumpster to Doctor maneuvers the reader to ponder their existence and its meaning. Dr. Marshall asserts that there is one universal and undeniable truth about life and there is something we all have in common. That is the imminent reality that death awaits us, and the question we all ask ourselves, “What happens after life as we know it on earth”? He cannot leave this world without sharing his story and assuring others that self-forgiveness, redemption, and overcoming human struggles, are possible. The raw effects of trauma and self-destruction can become a thing of the past if there is breath in the body, and a will to get up and rebuild!