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My Secret Self: Trials and Tribulations of an Innocent

$30.00

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Family Secrets and a child's vulnerability; accepting those closest to it such as parents, siblings, relatives, friends, and peers in institutions. When abuse or trauma happens to a child, it can scar them for life leaving them emotionally unstable. These abuses happen to the most vulnerable ones. Those seeking the very thing that can cause devastation in their lives.We are each born or adopted into a family. We chose these families for a reason. Christine knew this was the family that would take her on the journey she needed. Her journey was a spiritual journey. This family and their secrets opened those doors for her to have the experiences she needed for her own self-discovery.Read about her encounters, family secrets, the patterns developed and relived until she became aware that something was wrong. Are you following a pattern? Have you set yourself up for a familiar scenario? Is there something in your life that's not ringing true?Christine's life was not easy but she was very capable and resilient and a truth seeker of family secrets and about life, always wanting answers. Christine had a deeper knowing that there was more to these family secrets than what meets the eye.Follow her journey as she reveals her secrets and her life story.  

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Dimensions20.3 × 12.7 × 2.4 cm

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A child is vulnerable, accepting those closest to it: be it parents, siblings, relatives, close family, friends, and peers in institutions. When abuse or trauma happens to a child, it can scar them for life and leave them emotionally unstable; usually, these abuses happen to the most vulnerable ones, those seeking the very thing that can cause devastation in their lives: love.

My first book of the series is the beginning of the journey of freedom, understanding what happened to me as a child, but not letting it define me.