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Kindle Giveaway Promotion, July 1-5, 2020

Reinbeck Studio, Creative Space

If you’re a reader that enjoys #nonfiction #memoir, Breaking the Cycle of Abuse: My Journey from Victim to Survivor offers a unique perspective on how #childhood #trauama and #family #dysfunction follows a child into adulthood.

The history of abuse in my family didn’t start with me; I made sure that it ends with me. No child should ever have to experience such heartbreak and trauma.

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5-Star Review for Breaking the Cycle of Abuse: My Journey from Victim to Survivor.

Customer Review

Amazon Customer

Reviewed in Canada on March 6, 2020

Hannah Reinbeck tells her history of trauma with clarity and honesty. I especially appreciated the way she peppers the story of her past with her inner monologue of today. It gives an additional layer of insight into how survivors work through and reflect on the events that shaped them.

Reinbeck’s generous spirit of forgiveness—that she offers in ways that don’t compromise her own healing—is admirable to behold.

A great read from start to finish.

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Reviews

5-Star Review for Breaking the Cycle of Abuse: My Journey from Victim to Survivor.

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Andrew

Reviewed in the United States on March 2, 2020

Format: Kindle Edition

 

Reviews

5 Star Review- Breaking the Cycle of Abuse: My Journey from Victim to Survivor by Hannah Reinbeck

Reviewed in Canada on January 23, 2020

Format: Kindle Edition 5-Stars

 

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5 -Star Review left on Goodreads

It was amazing 5-STARS ·  review of another edition
This is a heartfelt, well-written account of an awful trauma and the after effects. Hannah is a very courageous woman for telling her story and for working to heal herself. No innocent child should have to suffer this kind of terror in their life. From what I could understand, she was able to work through the trauma enough to finally find happiness in her life. That doesn’t mean she can forget what happened to her. It just means she decided to not let it destroy her. I wish for her every success in taking her life back from this trauma and to know she is loved and more importantly worthy of love. Well done, Hannah.