New Self-Help Book Guides the Way to ‘Finding Courage to Let You Out’

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Through her story, Dr. Natacha D. Nelson D.C, M.A., proves that anyone can heal and live a better life

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Dr. Natacha D. Nelson D.C, M.A., marks her publishing debut with the release of “Finding Courage to Let You Out: Living Our Human NESS with Our Human MESS” (published by Balboa Press). Inspired by her personal story, the self-help book teaches readers to let go of the shame, guilt and humiliation of their past to be free to live a better life.

Candid and raw in telling, Nelson shares her struggle and reconciliation with addiction, depression and anxiety, detailing the experiences along with what was going on in her mind. In the book, readers witness her pain, the failures and consequences that she has faced in life. She also openly reveals the intense conflict she felt about her parents, without glossing over or denying the truth.

Nelson offers the book to those affected, that they may be able to make sense of what is going on and to be able to survive, and for the people who are watching to have a better understanding.

“I want readers to know they are not alone, that their life matters regardless of the circumstances, events or situations they experienced,” she says. “For readers to know that no matter their past, they can resolve their inner conflicts and feel free to live a life they are proud of and that there is hope and help.”

To purchase and know more about the book, readers can visit

“Finding Courage to Let You Out: Living Our Human NESS with Our Human MESS”
By Dr. Natacha D. Nelson D.C, M.A.
Hardcover | 5.5 x 8.5in | 256 pages | ISBN 9781982218683
Softcover | 5.5 x 8.5in | 256 pages | ISBN 9781982218690
E-Book | 256 pages | ISBN 9781982218737
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Dr. Natacha D. Nelson D.C, M.A., has dedicated her career to understanding the connections between physical, mental, emotional and spiritual well-being through principles of chiropractic and spiritual psychology. For 20 years, she has worked in private practice, helping thousands of patients understand and care for their body and health. She lives in Los Angeles, with her daughter, where she continues her work as a mental health and wellness consultant and educator. Readers can visit for more information on developing personal or professional mental health and wellness program.

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