your life after trauma by Michele Rosenthal
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You cannot go back to who you used to be or could have been. 

Trauma has stripped away your sense of safety, security and control. Now, every moment is fueled by the underlying feelings of anxiety, dread and fear. But the biggest problem you face isn’t the danger in the outside world—it’s the chaos and confusion inside the core of who you are. Traditional trauma treatment ignores the identity crisis at the center of the post-trauma lifestyle. Focused on stress relief processes and symptom reduction programs, popular treatment protocols miss the biggest issue: You can’t feel safe or in control if you feel disconnected from or confused about who you are. Too many survivors spend all of their money, time and energy chasing relief in programs that cause them to feel more powerless, hopeless and insecure. How would things change if instead of looking for a magic bullet outside you reclaimed a sense of safety and control by reconnecting to yourself on the inside? There’s one big question to answer in your post-trauma world:

Who am I now??

Your success in answering it directly affects the success of your recovery. In fact, the sooner you start exploring the answer the sooner you will be able to handle uncertainty, create a sense of safety and control, reduce symptoms, add momentum to your recovery and reach your healing vision. Your Life After Trauma: Powerful Practices To Reclaim Your Identity offers a personal approach to redefining and reconstructing your sense of self. Through vignettes, self-assessments, easy-to-grasp concepts and step-by-step exercises Michele Rosenthal (a survivor herself) guides you from disconnection and disorder to connection and integration. Stop living with the sensation that you are not who you used to be or could have been. Feel more calm, confident and in control of yourself, your world and your recovery because you know who you are and, more importantly, are actively creating who you most deeply want to be.

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What The Experts Say

People who know trauma love this book!

“Michele Rosenthal has written a wise, compassionate and comprehensive book on the profound loss of identity that occurs with posttraumatic stress, and offers a grounded, realistic approach for establishing a new sense of self that acknowledges and integrates the trauma, yet isn’t defined by it.” ~ Belleruth Naparstek

Author, Invisible Heroes: Survivors of Trauma and How They Heal

“Michele Rosenthal has lived the experience and her book Your Life After Trauma is an excellent resource for those trying to heal and find their authenticity. She shows readers how to eliminate what is destroying them to save their lives…. Michele’s wisdom can make it happen for you.” ~ Bernie Siegel, MD

Author, The Art of Healing and A Book of Miracles

“Rosenthal’s important book provides us all with a roadmap for going forward so that we can gracefully accept and evolve into our own best next stage. This study of trauma and identity is really the cutting edge of where the field is going and Rosenthal’s work has applications for all of us, no matter what the specifics of our journeys.”

~ Lee Woodruff

New York Times Best-Selling Author, Those We Love Most

“Michele Rosenthal’s book, Your Life After Trauma, shows how PTSD, whatever the cause, can be transformed from weakness to strength, and how one can grow strong from the breaks.” 

~ Larry Dossey, MD

Author, One Mind: How Our Individual Mind Is Part of a Greater Consciousness and Why It Matters