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It's Not Your Fault

Nonfiction: Social Sciences
Unabridged   5.5 hour(s)
Publication date: 09/19/2023

It's Not Your Fault

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Digital Download ISBN:9781696612999


A guide to help listeners uncover the subconscious reasons they hold themselves back along with an exploration of the ways negative childhood experiences have impacted their lives and fed into the problem.

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Product Description

We are sometimes our own worst enemies, sabotaging our success and with it our chance for lasting happiness and opportunities for personal and professional fulfillment. It's Not Your Fault helps listeners uncover the subconscious reasons they hold themselves back. These blind spots were often created in childhood as coping mechanisms in response to trauma. Rather than teaching tactics that ignore or give surface attention to adverse childhood events, the book lovingly guides listeners to explore the ways these events have impacted their lives and how this knowledge will help them access true transformation.

Those who have been let down by traditional therapeutic techniques know that behavior modification doesn't work for everyone. Simply doing things differently while staying the same on the inside might help for the short term, but before long old patterns emerge. Once they decide to get serious about change, however, and stop tweaking habits in the hope it will result in lasting transformation, they can create a life by design instead of default. It takes work, an internal excavation, and Laura comes alongside the listener as a trusted guide who has been where they are now. She provides the tools and anecdotal evidence to show them how to overcome the pain of self-sabotage and create the life they desire.

Author Bio

Laura K. Connell is a trauma-informed author and coach who helps her clients uncover blind spots that lead to relationship struggles and self-sabotage. She writes about healing dysfunctional family dynamics at her website, laurakconnell.com.