In this episode of Keep Moving Forward I interview inspiring Christian author and speaker, Esther Fleece.
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“It’s going to be hard, but what is on the other side is more beautiful than you can imagine.” Throughout her life, Esther Fleece became a master in closing off her feelings. She believed that if she simply shut out the traumatizing memories of her past, that she could live a normal life. However, it would seem that the simple shutting off of feelings would not help Esther lead a successful life at all.


As adulthood crept in, Esther realized that this failure to accept the bad from her past would simply not do. She was not living an authentic life, but she did not realize it until she finally began to lament. She discerned that she could no longer pretend as if everything was fine when it really wasn’t. With the help of God and a real support system, Esther allowed herself to grieve and lament her past. Only then was she able to truly keep moving forward in a positive and successful way with her life.


Speaking to Esther was a privilege to say the least. She has wonderful advice to give and will help you through any season, if only you let her words enter your heart. I want to thank her so much for taking the time to speak with me and I hope that you all enjoy my interview with the ever-inspiring, Esther Fleece.


If you would like to learn more about Esther, visit and follow her on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter @EstherFleece. In addition, make sure you purchase her book No More Faking Fine to read all about her journey and learn how she lives today and every day by being truly honest with herself.


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Always remember, you can beat the odds and go the distance, if only you keep moving forward.