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Sweep Away Your Thorny Childhood: Eight Steps to a Life of Well-Being

by Sandra Elizabeth Clinger

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0989208109, Paperback)

This book will impact your life for the better. It will teach you how you can recover from a dysfunctional family, from child abuse, from emotional abuse, from neglect, from abusive ongoing relationships. It will enlighten you on self-help strategies-simple exercises to manage depression and anxiety. An earthy self-help handbook, merged in spirituality and collective wisdom, developed from the author's personal experience: a step by step strategy to repair the soul of the young child that each adult carries deep inside, to find well-being and to thrive in happy, healthy independence. Learn to: Calm your inner child. Quiet down your anxiety and depression. Set boundaries. Free yourself from frustration and abuse. Connect deeply with others. Heal yourself. Overcome loneliness. Find balance. Transform your life into: A reinvention of your former self. An artisan lifestyle. A spirit journey. You can get results. You can move through defenses and set them aside by active living. Anxiety and depression recede into the wings.

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