Beloved Daughter by Joyce Boudreau

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This book is about one woman's shadow journey to find value in herself, that brought healing and forgiveness. How she changed her story from being a victim of childhood abuse into a powerful celebration of being a woman.

This is a memoire of Joyce B Boudreau's life. She lived the first 7 years of her life with a very violent father. Because of this she had many conscious and unconscious negative beliefs about life, the world around her and her value as a woman. She calls these shadow beliefs. In this book she tells her story and also shares many of the ways in which she finally found peace and forgiveness. This truly is a book for any woman who is on a journey of healing and discovery. She shares wisdom and insights that she has learned along the way that created a powerful healing. She finally loves who she sees in the mirror. Her passion is for every woman to discovery this kind of self-love and acceptance.
 

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Published December 8, 2011 by Joyce B. Boudreau. 96 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Self Help, Health, Fitness & Dieting. Non-fiction

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