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TRAIN OF THOUGHT
It is two year ago now since I left that awful life behind.
I first began writing about my experience with domestic violence and addiction the first few weeks after I left. Sifting through old emails and text messages to try and put all my memories in some sort of order. It was only after advice from my psychologist, who told me that writing is a therapeutic way to process trauma, that I began to think about writing a memoir.
The rest, so they say, is history.
It isn’t easy to stand up in front of the world and speak your truth, but if doing so can clear an easier path for others to do the same, then it is well worth it.
I am now living peacefully in my hometown, and I continue to get better every day. I am an advocate for domestic abuse, and working towards creating a bright future for myself, despite the ongoing symptoms of trauma.
"I am not what happened to me. I am what I choose to become."
- Carl Jung
OF THE MONTH
Finding Your Best Self
Recovery from Addiction, Trauma, or Both.
Lisa M. Najavits, PhD
This book has helped me a lot on my journey to healing. it is the first book I have found that covers how to heal from trauma and addiction at the same time.
This book rocked me to the core. I couldn't put it down.
Everyone should read this book! Such an incredible story of survival.
If you have not read From the Other Side yet, you must read it... it is a warning to all women from another woman, courageous enough to share her story to save others.
I finished the book today...what an incredible story. I couldn't get to the end fast enough. It's just so real and honest. An easy read but extremely powerful.
Read your book and want to thank you for telling your story. I will be making sure my daughters read it.
What an amazing true and honest story of survival, determination and courage. Jacquelyn is a true fighter.