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  • Emmy redefines trauma in a way that allows you to accept the things that have happened to you in your life, reflect on who they've made you become & guide you on how to unravel yourself from the throws of these traumas. She gently enables you to go on and live with vibrant possibility

    Paloma Faith, Multi platinum singer & songwriter
  • Emmy Brunner has a warm and compassionate voice in gently accompanying the reader to turn towards themselves and find the injuries and wounds from the past that are holding them back in their life now. I encourage those who are thwarted or confused as to who they are to read this book - it will help them find out

    Julia Samuel, MBE, Psychotherapist and author of Grief Works and This Too Shall Pass
  • Emmy's book envelopes you into her arms and guides you on a journey of self-compassion and self-reflection in an extraordinarily practical way

    Katie Piper, Writer, activist and TV presenter
  • If you're feeling stuck in an unhelpful cycle and you want to find a way to get out of it, this is a thoughtful and clever book written by someone who has been through it themselves. Emmy's words could help you find the tools you already have in order to change your life for the better.

    Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Critically acclaimed singer & songwriter

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