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Paperback Details
  • 11/2021
  • 978-1736241851 1736241850
  • 144 pages
  • $16.99
Library Tales
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Warrior Sister
Warrior Sister, Cut Yourself Free from Your Assault is a vital and timely self-help tool for teen girls, young women, or anyone working to overcome physical and sexual assault trauma, as well as the professionals who serve them. The pages within are designed specifically for teen girls and young women for two reasons. First, they're collectively the largest demographic impacted by physical violence with the least recovery resources. Second, as fellow survivors, they should know where to find their sisterhood and how to navigate the recovery valley some of us have already made it through. Warrior Sister, Cut Yourself Free from Your Assault is a road and resource map for survivors thrown into situations where they must become their own heroes and save their own lost worlds. The book offers the trauma-informed support, knowledge, and strategies survivors need to restore their emotional stability, health, and self-worth. This book is also used as a part of the aRIFT+ Warrior Project outreach, which collaboratively works to help assault survivors heal and take back control so they can move beyond their attack and experience self-restoration.
Reviews
Charles W. Brice, Ph.D., author of The Broad Grin of Eternity and All the Songs

“A brilliant, beautifully written, page-turner: a manual, what she calls a “restoration journey,” that will help others work through their trauma as well."

Heather Christie, author of What the Valley Knows and The Lying Season.

“Poet, podcaster, and activist Jenifer Debellis is a fresh and important voice in the physical and sexual trauma space.”

 

Jacob M. Appel MD, Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Icahn School of Medicine a

‚Äč“A compassionate, insightful and systematic guide for girls and young women who refuse to let themselves be defined by their assaults... an intimate and hopeful book that holds the potential to vastly improve the lives of its readers. An essential tool for both trauma survivors and their providers.” 

Formats
Paperback Details
  • 11/2021
  • 978-1736241851 1736241850
  • 144 pages
  • $16.99
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