What if you could thrive beyond your wildest dreams? What if you didn’t have to have the stigma and limitation of being a “victim” even though you have been abused?
Have you ever had the following thoughts:
If you can relate to any of the above, and are still searching for what else is possible beyond this, then this book just might be for you.
I’m sharing my story because I would like to be an inspiration to other people that have had abuse in their life – whether it is emotional, psychological, physical, monetary, religious, or sexual. I’ve found that it’s not only possible to survive abuse, you can actually thrive.
What if you could create a totally different possibility of joy and ease for your life? Come join me on this adventure of discovering the incredible, amazing you!
Linda Wasil is a consultant, transformational coach, energy worker, author, speaker, and facilitator of Access Consciousness™. She has facilitated clients all over the world in living their dream of a happier, more fulfilling life through individual sessions, workshops, and presentations. She is a contributing author of two books and is currently writing a children’s book to be released next year.
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