Inner Child Healing: Heal Your Wounds. Train Your Mind. Create A New You.

Inner Child Healing: Heal Your Wounds. Train Your Mind. Create A New You.

by Wen Peetes

Narrated by Wen Peetes

Unabridged — 5 hours, 30 minutes

Inner Child Healing: Heal Your Wounds. Train Your Mind. Create A New You.

Inner Child Healing: Heal Your Wounds. Train Your Mind. Create A New You.

by Wen Peetes

Narrated by Wen Peetes

Unabridged — 5 hours, 30 minutes

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Trash the lies you're tempted to believe, Trauma Survivors. You are not worthless, you are not too damaged, and you are never too old to heal. Reclaim your power! You were born worthy of living the life you love - the life you never want to run away from.

If you're stuck believing you'll never heal from negative experiences, if you're on your healing journey already, or if you simply dream of feeling good about yourself, Inner Child Healing is your Spring.

This self-reflective guide to overcoming trauma teaches:

¿ How Wen Peetes went from being flattened by the shame of childhood sexual and physical abuse to living her dreams.

¿ How to trade fear for hope and keep fighting as Warriors for your healing, your freedom!

¿ How to overcome feelings of low self-worth and negative thoughts, how to set boundaries, and how to speak up for yourself.

¿ How to stop self-criticism, stop doubting yourself, forgive yourself, and become the love of your life.

Whoever you are, Gladiator of Healing, if you are fed up with being stuck in the cycle of trauma, this book is for you!

Editorial Reviews

BookLife Reviews


"We, the survivors of childhood abuse and trauma, are the experts in the battle to save ourselves," writes Peetes in this impassioned guide to healing, growing past feelings of shame, and taking back one’s power and life in the aftermath of abuse and trauma. Often speaking directly to the reader, Peetes pens positive, soothing words that wash over the pages of this book, urging readers to let go of past pain and begin or continue the healing process and “mental, physical, and emotional transformation”—but to do so at their own pace, according to their own needs. Peetes leads by example, telling her own story of healing here and in online platforms, and making the case that in no longer keeping long-hidden chapters of her past a secret she discovered a sense of freedom and power.

Transparent and fully vulnerable, Peetes reflects on her personal experience with abuse—being physically abused by her mother, being sexually abused by her father—and shares the ways she pulled herself out of a depression rooted in repressed childhood wounds and shame. Reading Peetes’s words feels something like being enveloped in the warmth of a friendly embrace. With affirmations, hard-won insights, and continual reminders that survivors of abuse are never alone, Peetes pushes readers to give themselves permission to explore and express their unhealed wounds, to face their negative internal dialogues, and to strive to find a feeling of true love for one’s whole being.

Inner Child Healing offers practical techniques in training the mind, healing lingering wounds, and finding peace, all spelled out in clear, inviting chapters and reinforced in “What I Learned” lists of takeaways and lists of habits that helped in Peetes’s own journey. Peetes writes with compassion and understanding, not just offering support but enlisting readers in the act of it. “You are part of that support system,” she writes, “and many kind souls are too.” Inner Child Healing backs up that claim on every page.

Takeaway: Insightful self-help guide offering support to survivors of abuse and trauma.

Comparable Titles: Bruce D. Perry and Oprah Winfrey's What Happened to You?, Brianna Wiest's When You’re Ready, This Is How You Heal.

Production grades Cover: A- Design and typography: A Illustrations: N/A Editing: A Marketing copy: A

From the Publisher

Letting Wen's words into my soul has changed my life. Her joy is palpable and hard won. They inspire me to trust myself more and to trust that voice more." Carmen Riot. Smith - Author, Editor

"Reading this book was like a second-wind experience. I felt excited about doing 'the work'. I felt excited about possibilities." Elise Smith, Podcast host - "How to disappoint your mother. "

Product Details

BN ID: 2940159267900
Publisher: Rebel For A Spell Press
Publication date: 01/11/2024
Series: null
Edition description: Unabridged
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