Childhood disrupted by Donna J. Nakazawa

Childhood Disrupted: How Your Biography Becomes Your Biology, and How You Can Heal
Book by Donna Jackson Nakazawa
Below is a paragraph from the conclusion of this book, that resonated with me, and gave me a kind of pat on the back, and a thumbs up. 

“Childhood adversity can tear you down but it can also be your single greatest impetus growth. It takes tremendous courage and inner strength to transform the trauma of childhood adversity into a journey toward post-traumatic growth. But when you do reorient yourself, you open to the possibility of healing.”

It is nice to be acknowledge for the difficulty and resilience it takes to endure such changes, that come with a price most aren’t willing to pay.

Thankful, Grateful & Blessed! 

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