Life After Hell: Reflections of a Bag Lady

When life deals a dirty deck of cards, there is only one thing to do: play strategically and win!  Dr. J (as she is often called) does exactly that. In fact, her book details an austere and sobering rags to riches reality that makes a self-help approach seem trivial. Her life began way less than desirable but she managed to creep out of the din while also rising above the injustice of it all with a hope, future and real reason to live. Specifically, abuse is not about survival; rather, Dr. J says it is about really learning how special you are and encountering a sincere happiness for the rest of your life. As an added bonus, Dr. J supplies readers with the tools to learn how live fully, happily and abundantly by healing through their own stories. Thus, as you read these pages, get ready to be motivated and empowered into doing something more courageous and powerful with your own life than you ever dreamed possible!

Abstract: 

Life After Hell is all about reinventing yourself and learning how to change your pitfalls into triumphs.  The book is not just a self help; rather, it incorporates ways for groups to work together in recovery and find the means for presenting their own life stories.  In fact, each chapter includes exercises, journal ideas and games to incorporate in group work as a way to move toward healing through compiling one's own story.

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Publication Type: 
Book (Please add book type using field below)
Authors: 
Jenkins, Sandra S.
Year of Publication: 
2010
Journal, Book, Magazine or Other Publication Title: 
Life After Hell: Reflections of a Bag Lady
Publisher: 
LuLu Enterprises
Date Published: 
Monday, May 10, 2010
Place Published: 
Morrisville, NC
ISBN Number: 
978-0-557-59100-8

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