Brisbane, Australia (PRWEB) June 13, 2012
According to the “Orphan Foundation”, there are 143 million orphans in the world. Many of these children often find leading a normal life to be difficult. Author Dennis J. Dodt draws from his own experience, using the hardship of growing up in an orphanage to help others who may be going through similar situations in his new book, “Intimate Expression: An Orphan’s Experience of Healing” (published by Trafford Publishing).
It is Dennis’s mission to let others know who may suffer from “depression”, been sexually, physically or emotionally abused, or had grown up in orphanages, that they are able to heal themselves naturally and find peace, love and freedom from these horrible experiences.
An excerpt from “ “Intimate Expression””:
“My decision to find natural ways to heal myself from Depression, addictions, co-dependency has lead me to finding a spiritual way of living that continues to grow with each passing day.
I start each day with prayer and meditation and I finish my day with reflection of my day’s experiences and a few words of thanks.”
“No matter how bad you might feel because of the negative experiences you might have had in your life, you can heal naturally and find freedom and peace from your past and find a love for living and for life,” explains Mr. Dodt.
About the Author
“Dennis J. Dodt” shares with readers his life’s experience of healing. He writes about the natural methods he found that have worked for him to release depression and addictions. These were the consequences of having experienced physical, sexual, mental, and emotional abuse and neglect throughout his life.
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