Staying in the Thriver Zone (Paperback)

A Road Map to Manifest a Life of Power and Purpose (The Thriver Zone Series)

By JD Omilian, Susan M.

Butterfly Bliss Productions, 9780984250943, 145pp.

Publication Date: October 8, 2018

List Price: 14.95*
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Description

This guide, the second book in the 3-book Thriver Zone series offers a road map for the journey to the real you to assist victims of abuse on their journey from victim to survivor to thriver. With deliberate intention readers can now …
 
•           Get positive energy and emotion.
 
•           Focus your desires.
 
•           Overcome your fears and limiting beliefs about yourself.
 
•           Find the Real YOU, a part of you untouched by all that has happened.
 
Stay in the Thriver Zone where infinite possibilities lie and discover your passion and authentic self.
 
The innovative material in this guide is valuable not only for victims of abuse but also for their families, friends, counselors, therapists, crisis center staffs, and attorneys. It is a resource for these helpers and supporters, offering a process for the journey to thriving for those caught in this web of abuse.


About the Author

Susan M. Omilian JD is an attorney and women’s rights advocate. Her award-winning work allows women to permanently break the cycle of abuse and create new, vibrant futures for themselves and their children. She is the author of Awaken and Entering the Thriver Zone. She lives in West Hartford, Connecticut.


Praise For Staying in the Thriver Zone: A Road Map to Manifest a Life of Power and Purpose (The Thriver Zone Series)

“Susan has a gift of giving women who have been battered and beaten new hope and a way forward. This book is her best work yet, forging a clear path to a life of power and purpose for women who want to thrive in peace, love and joy!”  —Alyce LaViolette, MS, MFT, author, It Could Happen to Anyone: Why Battered Women Stay


“Susan’s work is impressive. I use her books in my practice helping abuse survivors, young or old, move beyond survivor to thriver. Her materials can help all who have suffered trauma. I love how Susan’s books incorporate a journey to healing without having my clients relive the trauma itself.”  —Diana Barnes-Fox, MA, MFT Associate, LPCC Associate