Mask Free and Healed, My Deliverance Journey is a book about surviving the worst in life and coming out stronger from your struggles. We carry scars inflicted during childhood due to neglect, abuse, or struggle well into adulthood. The trauma of these negative experiences is what disconnects us from our true inner self and God, leading us to experience low self-esteem and take wrong decisions as adults.
Without a deep understanding of trauma and how we regulate emotions, it can be challenging to let go of childhood or relationship trauma. I learned this not only during the course of my training but also through various personal experiences in life. Having experienced both childhood trauma and relationship trauma, I know what it’s like to feel stuck in life – unable to let go of the pain and move on with your life.
The good news is that with the right guidance and trauma coaching, it is possible to put the past behind, transform your life, and achieve your goals. I did it, and you can do it too. I have shared my journey to wellness and happiness in my book, Mask Free and Healed, My Deliverance Journey, to help my clients and reach as many people as possible.
The book explores unprocessed trauma, post-trauma suffering, spiritual implications of trauma, the science behind trauma, and much more. The goal is to help you heal, recover, and thrive. If you are ready to let go of the trauma as I did. I recommend you read the book right away. It is a testament that trauma can be defeated, and a better life awaits you!
Childhood should be carefree and filled with happy memories. However, my early years were far from this ideal childhood. I grew up witnessing domestic violence in my home, where I was primarily responsible for taking care of my eight younger siblings.
I was only ten when my mother eventually left my father and temporarily moved into a homeless shelter, taking us with her. It was a short stay. However, the time I spent in the homeless shelter left a huge impact.
The school wasn’t easy for me either. I struggled academically and found it challenging to cope up. Already experiencing the effects of trauma, I ended in a violent and abusive relationship. I also gave birth to my first child during the late teens. While my baby was a bundle of joy, the circumstances around me made it difficult to present them with the child hood they deserved.