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Traumatic events from the past create mental barriers that prevent us from reaching our fullest potential. These events find a way to limit our growth in relationships, professional careers, and personal lives. Melanie Smith is a successful entrepreneur and wellness coach. In Unfinished Business, Smith shares her loss and trauma after losing her mother and sister. She draws inspiration from her personal life experiences to offer readers the insightful Unfinished Business program -- an eight-step guide to help them let go of their past trauma and find clarity and joy to live a fulfilling life. This book will teach you to negate self-sabotaging behaviors, see hardships as an opportunity for growth, overcome blocks formed by loss and grief, practice self-forgiveness, and clear your minds and hearts to face the future with renewed optimism and hope.
Melanie Smith takes a systematic approach to guide you on a healing journey of transformation and growth. In this hectic day and age, people often bury traumatic events deep inside their psyches, which only delays the inevitable and creates toxicity in their lives later in one way or another. Unfinished Business is an easily applicable handbook to help you release the toxic events of your past, walk the path of healing, and maximize your strengths to make the best out of your life. Smith's engaging writing style ensures all readers can effortlessly grasp the topics within the pages. With Unfinished Business, this is your chance to grab the reins of your future and make a difference in your life. Highly recommended.