Healing Your Attachment Wounds: A Guide to Healing What’s Hidden in Your Attachment Style and Relationships (The Sisterhood Series) <— Ohhhh you guys KNOW how much I loved the book “Attached” so you know I’m going to be jumping into this one.
I love digging deeper and making the connections, and understanding reactions (my own, and the reactions of others). So much relief and growth in the understanding of it all. And the author is today’s newsletter sponsor!!
About the book:
Do you feel like unhealthy relationships have held you back from realizing your potential as an adult? Do negative, unhealed wounds shape your current interactions and leave you feeling misunderstood?
Many women don’t have secure attachment styles, which impacts adult behavior. By identifying and addressing attachment scars, we can more authentically improve the way we develop positive relationships in life.
If you’re a woman struggling with codependent behavior, addiction, anxiety, intimacy, or other trauma, former attachment wounds are molding your current experiences. Negative attachments, obsessions, and lack of trust no longer need to dominate or destroy your connections with others.
It’s time to reframe your attachment styles once and for all so you can heal, create personal independence, and establish successful relationships.
With a thorough examination and understanding of attachment, you can learn to more genuinely bridge a healthy relationship between yourself and others.
We build strong and thriving interpersonal relationships by learning how to comprehend our past and mend any damage caused by negative attachments. In this second book of The Sisterhood Series, author Boadi Moore offers insightful, candid, and personal connections to help readers quickly and effectively realize their healing potential.
Inside Healing Your Attachment Wounds, you’ll discover:
- How attachment styles impact individuals far into adulthood
- Ways to understand which attachment styles connect most to your life
- Raw and relatable stories that highlight how women can learn to let go of negative attachments
- Strategies to explore and resolve negative parental attachment
- Methods to detach from childhood trauma
- Techniques to identify and heal toxic attachments
- Ideas for reframing personal boundaries and communication
- Unique and constructive self-care routines to begin celebrating you!
Plus, you’ll receive ideas for sharing your story of attachment and healing.
Neuroscientists and doctors are making society more and more aware of the undeniable connection between the mind, spirit, and body—which are holistically integrated parts of our whole being. Doctors Gabor Maté, Amir Levine, and Bessel van der Kolk are but a few of the prominent names who advocate this integrative mind-body system.
While the past shapes our behaviors and interactions with others, attachment wounds don’t have to impede our ability to succeed in the present. True integration of our wounds gives us the power to embrace love and nurture the connections we hold dear.
Whether you’re a Gen Zer navigating the complexities of a digital world or a Baby Boomer seeking to redefine your life’s purpose, Boadi Moore’s Sisterhood Series offers invaluable insights and tools to embark on a journey of healing, empowerment, and personal transformation.
The second installment of the Sisterhood Series, “Healing Your Attachment Wounds: A Guide to What’s Hidden in Your Attachment Style and Relationships,” takes a deep dive into the profound impact of our early relationships and the attachment patterns that mold our lives. Attachment wounds can profoundly affect our adult relationships, leading to patterns of self-sabotage, insecurity, and trust issues.
Boadi embarks on a personal odyssey, uncovering the profound influence of childhood and adult trauma on her choices and connections. Through poignant storytelling, therapeutic techniques, and a profound grasp of neuroscience, this book offers a roadmap for women of all generations to mend their attachment wounds, nurture self-love, and build fulfilling and meaningful relationships.
FIVE FUN FACTS:
- I wrote my books in the Sisterhood Series in libraries across parts of New South Wales – and sitting up in bed!
- I wrote and published my 1st book on Amazon at 64 years old.
- Both my healing books for women started out as a personal enquiry: What needed to change in my life to heal the parts of me that felt broken or ill-formed? As I confronted my own demons, my books came to life.
- I did not want to include “My Story’ in each of the chapters in “Healing Your Attachment Wounds”. And yet I think it’s this personal touch that makes my books relatable and accessible, offering hope to readers that healing is possible.
- Boadi Moore Books blend the latest neuroscience research with an overlay of spiritual awakening, shared struggles and triumphs through storytelling, peppered throughout with hope and sisterhood.
Here’s an excerpt:
“Finding your voice after years of silence is probably one of the most difficult things to do. But it can also be one of the most liberating things to do! Trauma wounds can be powerful forces that hold you back from sharing your story. But sharing our stories can change lives. Before they help others, our stories help us. There is a profound empowerment in writing your narrative and watching it evolve in a tangible form on paper. Often, when we sit down and write down the details of all the suffering and confusion, the broken pieces fall into place and enable us to use the reframed coherent narrative to guide our path. In this way, we create something meaningful for ourselves and others. Of course, facing the words can sometimes be very threatening and disturbing. It can be a downright fearsome task at times! We are often too afraid to write them down. Some of us may feel so much shame that we are scared to share our stories with ourselves, let alone with others! And some of us may think that we do not know how to let the words out. This is where I would like to comfort you by saying that your story matters. It is worth finding your voice and letting it out. Even if you decide not to share your story, perhaps after reading this book, you can relate better and see that many other women suffer from similar trauma wounds. Of course, we open up our vulnerabilities when we face past trauma— but in the end, our vulnerable side is our strength!”
My song list depends on where I want the music to take me!
- Grow As We Go (Ben Platt)
- Lift Me Up (Rihanna)
- Whirlwind (Sam Ryder)
- Photograph (Cody Fry)
- Ocean of Emotion (The Tesky Brothers)
- Loved by You (Kirby)
- Let’s Fall in Love the Night (FINNEAS)
- The Door (Teddy Swims)
- Cheesin’ (Remi Wolf)
- My Gift Is My Song (Hauser)
- I Genitori – To Take, To Hold (Yanni, Renee Fleming)
Two signed copies!
How to enter for a chance to win it?
Just leave a comment below (and better yet, if you have a favorite motivational or self-help book, let us know), and by 10pm EST, Sunday November 5th, 2023, I will randomly select two lucky commenters as the winners.
The winners will be contacted and will have 48hrs to respond confirming their mailing address, so if you are picked, do not delay or you will lose your chance. The signed books will be sent to the winners by the author.
Open to international!!! 😀