Reclaiming Life After Religious, Emotional, Physical, and Psychological Abuse

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In her memoir “My Exquisite Purple Life,” Aideen T. Finnola shares how she reclaimed her life, and how readers can too, after experiencing decades of abuse.

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“I made it through my darkest days to reclaim my life because of the help and inspiration of others who had made it through their darkest days,” the author said.

Life coach, public speaker, and author, Aideen T. Finnola, tells her gripping story of enduring decades of physical, emotional, psychological, and religious abuse in new memoir, “My Exquisite Purple Life Insights from a Woman Who Never Should Have Made It but Did.”

From oppressive parents in a religious cult, to a twenty-year marriage with an abusive husband who, as a closeted gay man, had falsely misrepresented himself from the start, Finnola shares her stories of abuse, neglect, and rejection and how she found herself in a deep, suicidal depression by her mid-thirties. Through her challenges, she gained wisdom which helped heal her pain. She tells her story to reveal the techniques and realizations that aided her transformation and provided hope, encouragement, and inspiration in the darkest of times.

“I made it through my darkest days to reclaim my life because of the help and inspiration of others who had made it through their darkest days,” the author said.

“My Exquisite Purple Life” tells a story of overcoming with a great deal of honesty, a lot of tough love, and even a little humor. Readers will find comfort in Finnola’s prose and her ability to heal from her own hardships in hopes of helping others trust they can heal from theirs.

“My Exquisite Purple Life Insights from a Woman Who Never Should Have Made It but Did”
By Aideen T. Finnola
ISBN: 9781504396554 (softcover); 9781504396561 (hardcover); 9781504396721 (electronic)
Available at the Balboa Press Online Bookstore, Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the author
Aideen T. Finnola is an unapologetic and empowered survivor of physical, emotional, psychological, and religious abuse. For the first two decades of her life, she was raised by abusive parents who were zealous members of a religious cult; for the second two decades of her life, she was married to an abusive man who, as a closeted gay man, had falsely represented himself from the start. Today, she is a practicing Martha Beck-trained life coach, public speaker, and author. She coaches and speaks all over the world, teaching others how to transmute their pain into empowerment. To learn more, please visit http://www.AideenTFinnola.com

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