After traveling for years with her book and movie, Angela spoke to over 30,000 survivors and created the Be Your Own Hero Workbook as a step-by-step journal to move from victim to survivor to one who thrives. The more people that heal and move forward with their lives, the better this world is and the quicker we can end the epidemic of abuse.
If you are in pain or know someone who is, or you are ready to move to the next level of healing – going through this workbook will help! It is especially helpful to go through the steps in a set manner with your therapist, support group, healer or healing buddy.
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Trauma, from domestic violence to bullying, is like being pierced with a sword. This powerful workbook helps people of all ages remove that sword, heal the wound and reclaim a life of joy and happiness. It is used as a tool by therapists, support groups, teachers and community education programs. You can use the workbook in a group, on your own or with your therapist.
This workbook is 117 pages long and is a DOWNLOAD. Thank you for your commitment to healing.
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I feel Angela, that you could/should, perhaps develop and be handed an advanced degree by Harvard, in the study of complex trauma. It’s a thought, but who would make a better teacher? I’d like to submit this theory to Harvard, as well. I know of a social worker, who began, with a lot less of a toolset than you. Her name was Judith Hermann, and she was a LSW. She came to Harvard, and really shed light on women’s sexual trauma, i.e., incest, etc. She wrote Father/Daughter Incest…on the heels of the Women’s Movement in the 70′s. However, I feel that your work is different. It focuses, as the new wave in feminism does, on empowerment, on treatment, not so much on the phenomena of trama, as we’ve all become familiar with this. Some, in school, some at a personal level, and unfortunately, some, complex trauma…at a personal level. You have so much to offer, and I love this book. Dianne Markee
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