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Women Empowerment Self-Love Book For Emotional Abuse/Trauma Healing Released

Alexander McEwen releases his new book, “Self-Love For Women: How To Love Yourself When You've Been Emotionally Hurt, Taken For Granted, And Abused”, under Dawson Books Publishing, LLC. The book empowers women to love themselves despite any trauma.

Tampa, United States - February 22, 2022 /PressCable/

Alexander McEwen’s new book is a powerful book women can use to find inner healing. According to the latest research, around 30% to 40% of women suffer emotional abuse as a form of intimate partner violence (IPV). While not as discussed in national media as often as physical or sexual abuse, emotional trauma can often cause long-lasting scars to a woman’s psyche.

More details can be found at https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1734008490/ref=dbs_a_def_rwt_hsch_vamf_tkin_p1_i1

Published under Dawson Books Publishing, LLC, the new book asks women to practice kindness to themselves. McEwen explains that for many, IPV – particularly emotional abuse – undermines a woman’s self-worth. A lady can suddenly feel that she is “not good enough” or may have developed thinking that if she were “prettier”, “smarter”, or “better”, she could land her desired partner.

This is simply not true, emphasizes McEwen. Women are already perfect the way they are and his new work, “Self-Love For Women: How To Love Yourself When You’ve Been Emotionally Hurt, Taken For Granted, And Abused”, seeks to empower women to claim this affirmation. It is a powerful book for women seeking to find strength and to battle the loneliness they may feel when healing from emotional abuse.

He clarifies that abuse doesn’t necessarily have to come from romantic relationships. Being taken for granted by family members can also cause lifelong trauma. He clarifies that any action that seeks to undermine a woman’s self-esteem can be considered a form of abuse – and it is the victims who pay the price of the neglect.

With the new book, McEwen hopes to spark self-love in the reader. He compiled a selection of stories of women who found healing in themselves despite challenges. These women discovered self-love and have found that loving one’s self is the greatest gift they can give to others.

He writes, “This book was written to repair your heart with love, removing all thoughts of not feeling worthy and replacing them with empowerment. The sooner you are healed, the faster you can move forward with your life.”

Interested parties can find more information by visiting https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1734008490/ref=dbs_a_def_rwt_hsch_vamf_tkin_p1_i1

Contact Info:
Name: Alexander McEwen
Email: Send Email
Organization: Dawson Books Publishing LLC
Address: P.O. Box 48182, Tampa, FL 33646, United States

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 89065296

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