So much has changed for me

I really want to write a new edition of the book! Or maybe a new book entirely, I’m not sure. I’ll figure it out.

“I Am Just A Woman” accurately depicts my experience of domestic violence and its aftermath. Every word in there is true.

Now, however, I see that I was living with an innocent misunderstanding of where my experience really came from — and also of who I was.

If you are reading this blog post, no matter what has happened to you, you must know this: You are not broken. There is nothing wrong with you. Nothing.

You are healthy, happy and whole. Nothing can touch who you really are, which is a ball of bright light that nothing can ever extinguish.

Please read The Inside-Out Revolution, by Michael Neill. I’ll continue to keep writing about the “Three Principles”¬†described in that book because this new understanding has changed everything about my life.

I feel better than I ever have in my adult life. I have¬†a fab new job starting in a few months. I’m coaching people in the principles and having fun learning more about how to better express them. I finished writing a novel and am exploring what else I might want to write now.

My life is made of infinite freedom. And so is yours. Right now. There is nothing you have to do in order to have it — it’s already yours.

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