Everyone has a story to tell and can feel trapped by it. This inspirational memoir, A Sense of Something Lost is about liberation after years of restlessness and searching. Sue Wells, asks: can a woman who has experienced the trauma of a forced adoption be free to live her life? Do traumas, whatever their nature, shape, define or ruin our lives? Or encourage us to see that our greatest challenges are also keys to the freedom we seek, enabling us to find who we are beyond our personal story? For anyone trapped by their story, this is a radical way of finding freedom through ancient Eastern mysticism by realising what can never be lost.
|Publisher:||Hunt, John Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||5.58(w) x 8.33(h) x 0.70(d)|
About the Author
Sue Wells is a non-fiction writer and the author of Within Me, Without Me: Adoption - An Open and Shut Case? Sue is a qualified social worker and family therapist, having spent much of her life travelling around the world before settling in London. She has written on and been interviewed about adoption many times, including publishing articles in the Guardian and Red magazine, and speaking on the BBC's Women's Hour. Originally from New Zealand, Sue now lives in Bristol, UK.