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Breaking Out Gently

A Brutally Honest Coaching Memoir Into Unconditional Self-Love

Overview: Breaking Out Gently is more than just a book—it’s a journey through the transformative fires of life. Written during a period of profound personal upheaval, this memoir charts my path from turmoil to enlightenment. Self-publishing was a deliberate choice to maintain the raw, unfiltered essence of my experiences.

Key Themes:

  • Spiritual Disharmony: Explore the pervasive effects on our being and the intricate process of reconnecting with the higher self.
  • Practical Wisdom: Offers actionable insights on navigating the intricate path toward embracing your true self.
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"Breaking Out Gently is an insightful and moving book packed with practical wisdom. If you are willing to be truthful and challenge yourself, it offers an opportunity to embrace life’s realities, clear unhealthy beliefs, and step into a new experience of wholeness and clarity. A fascinating and valuable read." —Brandon Bays, Founder of The Journey™, Best-selling Author

Reader Testimonial:

"I’ve never cried this much reading a book before. It’s so much different reading a book from an author you’re connected with at this level. Thank you for being a real-life representation of what I have awaiting for me in my healing journey." —Brandie Zucker, Singer, Songwriter, Actor, NY

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Explore the raw, the shadow, and the taboo family dynamics often swept under the rug. This book offers deep insights and practical steps for self-discovery and transformation. Integrate your shadow to become rooted in authenticity and bring forth your brightest light. Plus, it’s a lot cheaper than therapy!

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