Wellspring of Compassion: Self-Care for Sensitive People Healing from Trauma
192 pages, 5.5″ x 8.5″ paperback
Whether you are new to healing or an old hand, whether your trauma is long past or ongoing, this book offers validation, support, and tools for healing.
With this guide, uncover your wellspring of compassion, understand your reactions to trauma, rebuild self-trust, and respond to your inner voices with kindness. Reconnect with your body and respect your internal NO and YES. Nourished by compassion, grow into a shape defined by your history and desires, like a tree becoming more intricately itself every year.
Preview the Table of Contents and excerpts here.
“Sonia Connolly’s writings offer juicy encouragement, support and experiential processes for becoming more familiar and comfortable with all of our feelings.” — Robyn Posin, PsyD
“Nutrient-rich… supportive… I like the plain, compassionate language… very validating.” — Jennifer C., trauma survivor
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“Sonia Connolly’s remarkable new book, “Wellspring of Compassion: Self-Care for Sensitive People Healing from Trauma” is itself a wellspring of compassion and understanding for anyone on their journey toward wholeness. Beautifully written, each paragraph creates its own field of healing energy that embraces, eases, encourages, illuminates, and releases.”— Vika Miller, coach
“I think many people will benefit so much from your suggestions. You help people to understand abusive and neglectful behaviours and identify how to draw appropriate boundaries and develop more appropriate responses – so many people can’t work this out because they have grown up with such ‘different goal posts’. It is such a good book.I am coming to the end of my work but had I had your book at the beginning I would have made progress so much faster. It really is a great piece of work.
Congratulations and thank you.”— Therese Kelly