Twenty-Eight Journeys

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Balboa Press, 2011 - Biography & Autobiography - 148 pages
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Journey to the place where the subconscious mind and the spirit meet to heal you from abuse.   This book, intended for women, is a journey into the mind and then the spirit. It is a journey moving from a space of feeling worthless, shamed, guilty, forgotten, depressed, and tormented into a space of abundance, healing, self-worth, self-trust, and feeling safe in the world you live in.   Twenty-Eight Journeys shows you why positive thinking and affirmations don’t work for us—and then it shows you how to make them work!   This guide covers sexual, physical, mental, and verbal abuse. Honest, full of raw emotions and controversial topics, it lights the path to getting healed.   It’s not about managing your childhood and the damage it caused, but about freeing yourself from it for good. It starts with the mind and ends with the spirit.

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I have heard some good stuff about this book and i recently purchased it and see why. This book was written from the heart and speaks to all women. Best book i've read in a very ling time

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About the author (2011)

Cheryl is a forty-five-year-old single mother of two children, a successful real estate broker, and a survivor of childhood sexual abuse. nbsp; She decided to write Twenty-Eight Journeys after seeking professional therapy over the years for her childhood trauma. What she learned was therapy didnrsquo;t heal her; it managed her. She felt that she suffered abuse the first half of her life; was she to spend the other half dealing with issues from that time? She wondered when would be her time to live and be happy.

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