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Kristin Hammoud
What Is Wrong With Me?

Adult; General Fiction (including literary and historical); (Market)

Anna's life is depicted from early childhood adverse experiences and how this leads to how Anna makes decisions around what she has normalized. She starts to learn about her mothers childhood and how patterns are repeating with her own decisions. She rejects a healthier partner and marries someone similar to her abusive father and has a baby. She discovers puzzling information about her deceased mother-in-law and tries to uncover the truth about her death, assuming her father-in-law is somehow to blames. She learns ways to help herself through her mother who finally goes to therapy to empower herself. Anna decides she wants to stop the patterns repeating for her own daughter and finally makes decisions that are healthy for herself and her daughter.
Amanda Thiele

Reading ‘What is Wrong With Me?’ was eye-opening and informative. It’s been awhile since I’ve read a book that pulls you in and makes you lose all track of time. This book was one of those. I throughly enjoyed reading the story of Anna, and how she learns how to stand up for herself. I’d recommend this book to anyone interested in the counseling world.

Thank you NetGalley and Kristin Hammoud for allowing me the opportunity to review this book!

Mike- Amazon

The book "What is Wrong With Me" sows seeds that either bear fruit as soon as you read it, or grow slowly in you until you grow up to make a decision. In my case, while reading this book, I had the feeling that my mental tracks were bending up to something unknown or untested. I can say that Kris's book personally gave me wings to act, and that's what it's all about, right? Thank you Kris :)