• Find How to Be Whole Again

  • Defeat Fear of Abandonment, Anxiety, and Self-Doubt. Be an Emotionally Mature Adult Despite Coming from a Dysfunctional Family (Emotional Maturity, Book 2)
  • By: Zoe McKey
  • Narrated by: Aida-Maria Boiesan
  • Length: 3 hrs and 41 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Categories: Health & Wellness, Psychology & Mental Health
  • 4.0 out of 5 stars (8 ratings)
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Did you have emotionally immature, selfish, or distant parents or partners? Is their painful heritage still lingering in the form of abandonment issues, anxiety, or anger? Were you emotional needs often unmet, your opinion and emotions dismissed? 

In this essential audiobook, best-selling author and former confidence coach Zoe McKey exposes the harmful consequences emotional unavailability and toxic relationships can have. Experiences with such people create a feeling of neglect, inadequacy, or unworthiness. Find ways to heal from the pain. 

Within your environment, toxic people can be found; in your family, relationship, workplace, even places of worship. Free yourself from emotionally immature people and regain your true nature. 

  • Control how you react to them; 
  • Avoid disappointment;  
  • Learn how to create positive, new relationships and build a better life. 

Heal from emotional abuse. Find love and acceptance for the self and others. 

Most emotional-trauma survivors have symptoms long after the relationship is over. Feelings of numbness, emptiness, depression, perfectionism, substance abuse, and more can stay with you even if your perpetrators are not. 

But you can heal these scars. You can pivot in your life. Practicing mindfulness, introspection, and exercises using specific tools, you can: 

  • Learn to identify the defense mechanisms you've developed; 
  • Uncover your core self so you can finally move on to live a full and authentic life; 
  • Feel light, free, whole, and ready to love again. 

The danger of emotional abuse is it leaves no bruises. There are no bleeding scars. There are no broken windows. The scars, bruises, and brokenness are buried within the memory of the victim. If you were involved in such a relationship - or you want to prevent it from happening to you - listen to this audiobook. It gets to the heart of the matter of self-worth, self-protection, and personal boundaries. These skills are critical for anyone who wants to become more confident, improve relationships, and prevent emotional harm. 

Take a stand for yourself and your life and communicate your worth to others in a real and practical way. 

You get to decide how you want to live. Find your courage. Live in an authentic way. Protect yourself and what's important to you. Gain self-respect and the respect of others. Find How to Be Whole Again will help you do all of these things. 

©2020 Zoe McKey (P)2020 Zoe McKey

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I'll never know if this is a great book...

...because the narrator says almost EVERY sentence with the exact same inflection. Every sentence sounds exactly like the last, and I feel like I'm just listening to someone say something on loop the whole time. The inflection in every sentence is a semi-monotonous "If only I knew that sooner", and it really makes it like listening to an annoying siren. I hope the narrator doesn't take this personally, it's just HOW she did it that's really a poor experience for me. It's really hard for me to hear through this to the actual book content. While listening I was trying to visualize what the words would look like in the book so that I could at LEAST mentally "read" it. But I still want to go through this book so I will have to look for a kindle version I guess, which is far less likely and accessible for me. PLEASE pay to have this re-narrated with normal, human inflection, like I'm listening to someone really engage me. Refunded.

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it was eh

struggle to finish the book tbh and quickly lost intrest in it and don't know if I'll pick it up again.

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