Inner Child Healing: Heal Your Wounds. Train Your Mind. Create A New You.

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Rebel for a Spell Press
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5.0 X 8.0 X 0.44 inches | 0.63 pounds

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About the Author
WEN PEETES is a coach, mentor and speaker who helps driven women to finally come home to peace with themselves and the freedom to live life on their own terms. With her popular Instagram @rebelforaspell, Wen continues to expand her reach through her daily content and by sharing tools of transformation with tailored offerings including, her private 1-on-1 coaching program (Born Divinely Worthy), her VIP Retreat and her group mentorship program (Self-Divine Healing Accelerator). Wen is also a songwriter, singer and a producer, releasing the album Woman Empowered under her moniker Wendy St. Kitts and singles under Violins For Milk. As a survivor of childhood trauma and abuse, Wen found herself trying to break free from the negative cycle that left her feeling stuck, helpless, and hopeless. Through a series of life-changing events, she found the courage to embrace her darkest secret and the resilience to turn pain into purpose. In this self-reflective book, Wen gently encourages you to address past childhood trauma wounds and adverse experiences that may cause you to doubt your worth. You may recognize the lasting impact of negative experiences on your relationships with others and yourself. You, too, can become the co-creator of the life you never want to run away from, by becoming the fullest expression of yourself: feeling whole, confident, and peacefully free to live a vibrant authentic life. For more information, visit rebelforaspell

Letting Wen's words into my soul has changed my life. Her joy is palpable and hard won. They inspire me to trust myself more and to trust that voice more." Carmen Riot. Smith - Author, Editor

"Reading this book was like a second-wind experience. I felt excited about doing 'the work'. I felt excited about possibilities." Elise Smith, Podcast host - "How to disappoint your mother. "