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The Secret Lies Within - An Inside Out Look at Overcoming Trauma and Finding Purpose in the Pain - cover

The Secret Lies Within - An Inside Out Look at Overcoming Trauma and Finding Purpose in the Pain

Anne Beiler, Emily Sutherland

Publisher: Morgan James Publishing

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Summary

From the founder of Auntie Anne’s Pretzels, the world’s largest pretzel franchise.
Features Anne’s personal and heartbreaking story of trauma and abuse, along with the stories of other women and men that have gone through deep pain. 
Encourages readers to break their silence about their own personal trauma and reach a new level of freedom.
Promotes authentic, honest, and raw dialogue around the trauma and abuse that keeps people silent and unable to move forward.
Takes readers inside the mind of those who have experienced trauma and abuse, through the sharing of their stories. 
Reminds readers that they are not alone in their pain and there are others who know and understand what they are going through.
Helps readers to find the courage to overcome any obstacle they are facing.
Shows readers that trauma and pain know no bounds and there doesn’t need to be any shame or guilt for what you’ve experienced.
Encourages readers to free themselves from the pain, blame, and shame they experience.
Inspires readers to overcome and find incredible success.

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