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Unwrap the Gift of YOU examines the complexities of bullying behaviour and its devastating effect on the individual. It offers insights into how to Reclaim, Recover and Reinstate - Self - following experiences of abusive behaviour. A (w)holistic consciousness, that humans are mindful of a loving self-relationship. This book highlights the human side of emotional abuse and the suffering attached.
A must-read book if you question the following:
In this book, I would like the reader to understand the importance of personal development, of emotional, relationship, spiritual and social intelligence. Self-awareness comes before change. You can change your conditioned belief system if it isn't serving you well. If you don't know how to self-protect in aggressive or manipulative relationships, you can develop Life Skills to self-care and ASSERT YOUR RIGHT TO SAFETY. You can choose to live a life being conscious of your presence, understand and observe the dysfunctional emotional state of challenging relationships rather than getting entangled in them. One must engage in continuous personal development to enable you to act, interact and react in more healthy ways of communication.
"It is a rare author that writes on the violence of silence and how those who are passive need as much help, understanding and support as those who bully".
Dr. Tony Humphreys, Consultant Clinical Psychologist.
Author, National and International Speaker.
One of Judith's greatest rewards is supporting those who have experienced or are experiencing bullying behaviour. She encourages the target(s) to take that first step and start their journey of self-love and self-protection.
Unwrap the Gift of YOU and realise your power is in your hands.
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