Poignant Memoir/Self-Help Digs into the Process of Healing Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) through Storytelling and Shared Discovery

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Christina Beauchemin’s new book, ‘Let My Legacy Be Love,’ helps readers recognize and heal from difficult childhoods by identifying the root of harmful patterns and promoting forgiveness

“Let My Legacy Be Love: A Story of Discovery and Transformation: Tracing Adult Issues to Childhood Hurts" by Christina Beauchemin.

Research has proven Adverse Childhood Experiences, known as ACEs, can have a long-lasting detrimental effect well into adulthood. Those struggling with repeating patterns, autoimmune diseases, and behaviors such as addiction and difficulties in relationships now have a profound and personal resource in author Christina Beauchemin’s new book, “Let My Legacy Be Love: A Story of Discovery and Transformation: Tracing Adult Issues to Childhood Hurts”.

In this memoir/self-help hybrid, Beauchemin shares her very personal stories which chronicle her experience with ACEs and their long-term effect on her life. The book is broken into three sections. In part one, she shares her childhood stories—delving into the healing lessons that came through examining events from her young life from the perspective of an adult. In part two, she recounts her journey of overcoming her lack of personal boundaries and her habit to see only the good in possible partners, to finally find an authentic love. In part three, she offers the reader the opportunity to start their own process of self-discovery and healing through a series of thought-provoking questions wrapped up with the question of “what’s next?”

Ultimately, Beauchemin asserts the importance of understanding the damage ACEs can have on a child. She stresses readers’ responsibility to uncover the truth behind childhood hurts as a way of finding understanding and forgiveness and to finally end patterns that may have been festering in families for generations.

“Love is our greatest teacher and our most precious legacy,” Beauchemin said. “I share my story and the lessons I learned through my healing process with the hope that others can learn from it and begin looking at their own stories. Why? Because healing ourselves is our greatest gift to future generations.”

“Let My Legacy Be Love” provides readers with a vulnerable and inspiring glimpse into one woman’s journey from heartbreak to transformation. Readers will draw inspiration and hope from the lessons Beauchemin shares.

“Let My Legacy Be Love: A Story of Discovery and Transformation:
Tracing Adult Issues to Childhood Hurts”
By Christina Beauchemin
ISBN: 9781982202897 (softcover); 9781982202910 (hardcover); 9781982202903 (electronic)
Available at the Balboa Press Online Bookstore and Amazon

About the author
Christina Beauchemin is a former business professional who is an advocate for courage and honesty. She is a motivational speaker, workshop leader and private mentor helping to lead others to a place of forgiveness and peace. She is a contributing author to the No. 1 Amazon bestselling book, “Ready, Set, Live, Empowering Strategies for an Enlightened Life”. Beauchemin resides in a quiet, rural town in upstate New York where she lives with her best friend and husband, Rick, and their dog, Kye. To learn more about the author, please visit https://www.letmylegacybelove.com. To learn more about her book, please visit http://www.christinabeauchemin.com.

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Kalin Thomas


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