We provide high-quality book reviews, author interviews, guest post, proofreading service, book promotion program, tours, blitz, and cover reveals.

Post Top Ad

Your Ad Spot

Friday, June 5, 2020

Finding Your Voice by Mannette Morgan
My Rating - 5 out of 5 stars
Publisher - Made For Success Publishing
Genre - Non-Fiction
Publishing year - 2019
Language - English
ISBN - 979-1-64146-396-6
Pages - 313

My Review - 
I looked up, down and all around, but when I looked inside, I found myself.

Finding Your Voice is a part memoir, part guide for victims of abusive behavior. Mannette Morgan was physically abused by his cousin in childhood. She grows in fear and dysfunctional family that leads her to make certain judgments that were unhealthy. This is her journey of becoming a survivor. 

This book helps to explore the origin of your pain, cravings, and the choices you made. When a person was abused, he or she starts believing that they earn it or they do not deserve protection. This mindset cause hindrance towards the healing process. The author goes through the same struggle, she didn't even realize that her response caused her anxiety and disappointment, rather than peace. 

The healing journey is never easy because it makes us perceive those times that we don't want to relive ever. It is not like ripping the bandage at once, it requires time and willingness to open ourselves for a pleasant future. This book will work as your therapist, to be honest. It has different activities, questions, and avowals. You can evaluate your own progress and get back to the lessons after some time to soothe yourself. 

Mannette Morgan shares five stages of healing, which I am sharing here. 

First Stage - Stepping Out of Denial
Second Stage - Embrace Unconditional Acceptance, Love and Self-Respect
Third Stage - Behaviours, Actions, and Reactions
Fourth Stage - Discovering Yourself
Fifth Stage - Discovering Happiness and Joy

I took some of the exercises that helped me to understand where my anxiety, anger, and abandonment issues came from. I also started doing the Gratitude exercise, and I am hoping to see some positive results. This book is not just for survivors of abuse, it helps each and every person in general. The author helps you in embracing yourself, and once you are done with this book, you will surely gain a new perspective and clarity in your life. I would highly recommend this book.

Grab your copy now - Amazon IN Amazon US


Post Top Ad

Your Ad Spot