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Adults Abused as Children Steps 1 2 and 3 - Adults Abused As Children from the 12 Steps Anonymous Perspective #1 - cover

Adults Abused as Children Steps 1 2 and 3 - Adults Abused As Children from the 12 Steps Anonymous Perspective #1

Ellin Chess

Publisher: Okay Enterprises

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Are you an adult who was abused as a child?  
Or, do you care about someone who was abused? 
On these pages you will learn that you don’t have to change what happened in your past in order to have a better life in the future. Working through this book, which includes Steps 1, 2 and 3 of the 12 Steps of ADULTS ABUSED AS CHILDREN, will give you an opportunity to discover how to create what you want in life. Books 2 and 3 of the series will be available in 2017, covering Steps 4 through 7 and Steps 8 through 12. 
 
This book is written for adults abused as children who are interested in learning and applying principles that have worked for others with similar backgrounds. Steps 1, 2 and 3 can empower you to live with greater joy, less fear and struggle. If you want to heal your past child abuse and traumas, this ground-breaking book is offered as a practical tool, a reference and a guide. You will see where the effects of child abuse still linger today and you will be given practical suggestions to deal with them. Maintaining desire and inner passion for your own personal happiness is the foundation for creating a new life. In this book it becomes crystal clear that your desire to heal motivates and directs your thinking and actions. This book is for the courageous. It is for anyone who has been abused as a child and is serious about having their future not look like their past!

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