Reviews for It Won’t Hurt None
“This is an incredible book and an exceptionally important one. Quite an amazing woman fighting a formidable battle.”
– Matt McAvoy
“One of the few memoirs that prove you can get the help you need and be better no matter how bad it is.”
– Sam Ibeh, Online Book Club
“An impactful and powerful memoir. Chandler’s story is triumphant, inspiring, and healing.”
– Kristiana Reed, Reedsy Discovery
“A daring and emotional memoir – Chandler’s strength shines through the pages and illustrates how resilient the human spirit can be.”
– Anblackmon, Book Nerdection
Reviews for Hurt No More
““A dynamic, organic system, where the author and reader alike are genuinely plotting their progress together. I truly believe that this book will help you.”
– Matt McAvoy
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Rebecca E Chandler is an author and survivor of childhood sexual abuse. Her book “It Won’t Hurt None – A Story of Courage, Healing, and a Return to Wholeness” details her journey from the depths of trauma to a place of hope and healing, offering a roadmap for others who are struggling with similar issues. In the book, she shares how she struggled with Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) and was often misdiagnosed by medical professionals.
However, through years of therapy and self-reflection, Rebecca was able to heal and reclaim her voice and her power.
In addition to her memoir, Rebecca has also written a companion journal called “Hurt No More – Grow a Foundation for Healing”. The journal offers a step-by-step guide to help others process their own trauma and find their own path to healing.
Rebecca is a strong advocate for survivors of childhood abuse and believes in the power of storytelling to empower others. She looks forward to sharing her truth at conferences and workshops to offer hope and support to others who are struggling with trauma. Rebecca believes that by accepting our past we can release our trauma to heal and find peace.
Rebecca’s story is a testament to the human spirit and its ability to overcome even the most devastating of circumstances. Through her words and her courage, she hopes to inspire others to stand in their truth, process their trauma, find their voice, and reclaim their power.