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This is it! The moment I’ve been waiting for so that I can finally tell you this BIG SECRET:
While the official release date for my new book Your Life After Trauma: Powerful Practices to Reclaim Your Identity is March 2015, my publisher (W. W. Norton) is allowing me to offer you the book TODAY – that’s (4) months early – and at a 20% discount!
There is a part of you that soooo strongly wants to feel better, stronger, calmer, more confident and in control. You can imagine how your life would change if you woke up in the morning feeling connected to the part of you that knows how to heal, feels comfortable shedding your survivor self and absolutely knows how to develop your ability to be present and live a life that feels good to you. The day has come for you to start stepping into The Real You so that you let go of survival mode and shift into “I can handle anything” mode.
Since I started sharing snippets of Your Life After Trauma I’ve been receiving daily emails from people wanting to get it now, so I’m super-happy to be able to deliver on that request.
Any early-release book party has to have presents and our party has some really fantastic ones.
When you order Your Life After Trauma hold onto your receipt number and take it to YourLifeAfterTraumaBook.com/free-gifts to claim your copy of:
Valued at over $300 these gifts are yours to keep and are available to you only until November 30th. For full details visit:
Special bonus: At that link you can read a sample chapter too!
In the meantime, here’s a sneak peek from the final pages of Your Life After Trauma:
You have lost a significant amount of time. You can look back and lament that—and lose more time. Or, you can devote the rest of your life to making every moment part of your quest to live the life you were meant to be living as the person you most feel you want to be.
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