Especially to Those Who Suffer: A Memoir of Truths and Miracles

Julija Rudolf (Author)


Julija Rudolf suffered from anxiety, PTSD, and social phobias for most of her life. She hid it well; that is, until she experienced workplace bullying and abuse after 17 years of company service.

In 1986, Julija sought the help of a psychiatrist who practiced hypnotherapy. This kind doctor said that her ability to achieve deep trance was a gift.

Day after day of psychological torture on the job ensued. Alas, in 1990, the Bipolar gene that Julija inherently carried became dominant. After a lengthy psychotic episode, she was determined to heal herself.

Julija journals and has documented her many spiritual visions and miracles throughout her journey to wellness.

With the help of doctors and therapists, and after intense introspection, she finally found happiness and peace of mind.

In this book, Julija opened her personal journals to you. Her only desire in revealing her secrets is for you to find your own healing miracle in her words written, "Especially to Those Who Suffer."

Product Details

$13.99  $12.87
Publish Date
April 24, 2020
6.0 X 9.0 X 0.46 inches | 0.01 pounds
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About the Author

This is Julija Rudolph's memoir-a true story. Due to the author's candor, she must remain anonymous to protect her family, friends and all of the characters mentioned in her book. Generally, she was born in 1952. She has worked for 40 years at various clerical and administrative positions before retiring in 2014. She is an ordinary middleclass person who could possibly be your relative, neighbor or friend. Attending college part-time, she completed courses in philosophy, ethics, and psychology; however, she does not have a college degree or a title. More so, she speaks from her own experiences and from her heart. After many years of intense introspection and with the help of her doctors and therapists, she was granted significant awareness of her "self"-her subconscious mind. As Buddha said, "Three things cannot be long hidden: the sun, the moon, and the truth." Her only desire is to ease the emotional suffering of others as she eased her own suffering. May you now find your peace of mind here, within the pages of Ms. Rudolf's book written "Especially to Those Who Suffer"!