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Polish Girl In Pursuit of the English Dream - cover

Polish Girl In Pursuit of the English Dream

Monika Wisniewska

Publisher: Monika Wisniewska Books

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'AN INSPIRATIONAL, TRUE STORY THAT WILL FREE YOU FROM UNCONSCIOUS LIMITATIONS!''This book is a mirror of YOU because it reflects what already lies in your heart and soul’ 'AN EXCLUSIVE VIEW OF A SPIRITUAL AWAKENING TO STOP CHASING LIFE BUT TRULY LIVING IT NOW' 'Fall in love with yourself, and you will never feel unloved again!''A SUPERWOMAN THAT NEVER GIVES UP. A GUARANTEED INSPIRATION TO US ALL" - review by The Daily Brunch ARE YOU READY TO JOIN A COURAGEOUS GIRL IN HER PURSUIT TO FIND THE SECRET OF EVERLASTING LOVE, PEACE AND HAPPINESS? WILL YOU GIVE UP ON LIFE because of depression, countless heartbreaks, empty wealth, poverty, work exploitation, divorce, house moves, broken friendships, Brexit or WILL YOU FIND STRENGTH to KEEP GOING to finally find the secret to LOVE, PEACE and HAPPINESS? YOUR test of perseverance starts here... "‘Pursuing my dreams was worth all the sacrifices. Finding the SECRET to a happy, peaceful life in self-love was worth the 13- year journey in a foreign country because without it, I may have never found IT. Life is about the choices we make. Each choice decides about our destiny. WE are in charge of our destiny, especially when it comes to love and relationships...’Author's dream to live in England came true in 2004 but when she suddenly lost most of her belongings, health, career, money, home and her soulmate, she decided to share the story which led to this tragic moment. Will she find the courage, resilience and determination to start her life abroad all over? Will she make the right choices that life presents her with? How will she deal with poverty, pain, homelessness and betrayals whilst looking for love?Travel to around fifty European locations, fall in love, have your heart broken, fall in love again and find strength to keep going but never, ever give up on life! It truly is a brave record of one woman's relationships and heartbreaks, dealing with depression in the wake of Brexit and her life as a newly named 'immigrant' or simply an EU citizen. ARE YOU READY TO TEST YOUR PERSEVERANCE AND NEVER GIVING UP ON LIFE, TOGETHER WITH ONE INSPIRING "POLISH GIRL"?

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