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Coming Out Of The Darkness - Crystals’ Healing Journey

by Crystal K. Floyd
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7"x10" - Choice of Hardcover/Softcover - Color Trade Book
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This is the Second Edition of Crystals Healing Journey. I am confident in saying that this book is important, because it is intended to give you a sense that you are not yet reaching an ending and that the "extra" story carries you forward into a world of many different other stories, beyond those of which have already been captured amongst many other books from writers all over the world. What I hope that my readers are able to take with them from not only reading the first and the second editions of Crystals Healing Journey, but also anything else that I intend to write in the future. I also hope that my readers obtain a sense that of which they will carry out my message way beyond just the complex experience than simply reading. Finally, I hope that you will able to change the lives of others... so maybe, just maybe we might have a good chance in making a positive difference in many places and in many different lives.

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Created on: Jan-27-2021   Last updated:  Mar-25-2021
Format: 7"x10" - Choice of Hardcover/Softcover - Color Trade Book
Theme: Biography    Privacy: Everyone
Preview Limit: 20 Pages
Tags:
depression    overcoming obstacles    pain    trauma    Trauma survivor   
 
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Joined: Jan-18-2021

Getting over certain things has never been a goal for me. I once told my therapist when I was in foster care that I wanted to be able to learn how to deal with the nightmares and all of the other things that I could not seem to rid myself of, but not the memories. I do not think that I would even want somethings to go away even if they could. The neglect from my mother, the death of my father when i needed him the most, the rape .. I believe that it all shaped me who I am today. Even sixteen years after the fact, I still have issues to work through and I probably always will . However, I do not see that as a bad thing.... Not as long as you continue to move forward.