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New Evolution in Thinking for Teens
AVAILABLE AT AMAZON, BARNES & NOBLE, AND ALL MAJOR RETAILERS ON 9/05/2020
"In The NETT: New Evolution in Thinking for Teens, Rebecca L. Edwards offers a new framework for helping teens recover, heal, and go on to live healthy, productive lives in the aftermath of abuse and trauma.
Having suffered herself from sexual abuse at a very young age, Edwards herself has "been through it" and has firsthand knowledge of the pain and struggle one goes through in navigating childhood, the teen years, and then as adulthood as a survivor of abuse and trauma. She offers hope, guidance, motivation, encouragement, affirmation, and compassion to teens who are recovering from childhood trauma, and most importantly, she provides tools teens can use to overcome and rise above the pain, shame. The betrayal they felt as children to ultimately become their best selves—happy, confident, healthy, proud, and able to pursue their dreams.
Edward's mission to use her own experiences as an abused child and troubled teen to help other teens navigate such difficult times are admirable and to be commended. This book will be a lifeline to teens recovering from family drama and trauma, offering them hope and encouragement, as well as practical tools and strategies to assist them in their journey to recovery, health, and happiness." ~BookBaby Editor
My Heart is FULL
These words are from my editor. I can say that I have never felt more peaceful in a vulnerable situation. I wrote this book because I needed help as a teen. I cannot live one day of my life, knowing that I missed an opportunity to become the person I desperately needed when I was lost, scared, and in turmoil.
Living my dream and seeing my book come to life has been the most rewarding and exciting moment of my recovery. I did not recover alone, and teens do not have to either. I am who I choose to become and being part of the long-term solution for teens in recovery.
Thank you for purchasing my book and sharing it with any teen that may be searching to find peace after the storms of childhood trauma.
With love and light,
Rebecca L. Edwards