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DANVILLE, IL, February 01, 2018 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Deborah Brunner is a speaker and a Best Selling Author who helps people navigate their way through transformation and aims to inspire others through her powerful message that each and every one of us is worthy of having the good life we desire.
In her new book, "You Deserve This, Not That: Living an Abundant Life after Near Death, Abuse, and Addiction" Deborah takes us on her heroic journey and shows us how she survived and has continued to grow after battling the hardships she endured. Let Deborah share her experiences and help you move above a life of abuse and hardships.
In a recent interview with Steve Kidd, the host of "Thriving Entrepreneur Radio Show", she said, "There are so many beautiful things in life. Be happy and joyous. In this life, have the confidence to be strong. Accept all the imperfections about you. I used to make a lot of comparisons; I would look at other women and say I'm not pretty enough. When I was in an abusive relationship, this thinking was reinforced by the things my partner would say to me. I never thought I was worthy of anything good. Now, I can say it's ok. Maybe my hair is a little gray or I have a pudgy little nose. Perhaps I'm short, but that's ok. I am who I am and I love myself."
Steve Kidd, the host of the radio show, encourages you to get Deborah Brunner's book. He states, "You need to understand that you deserve so much more. Life is about so much more than what you've given yourself credit, ability to be able to receive. Our ability to receive is really based on our ability to believe. As the saying goes, If you can conceive and believe, you can achieve."
After a near death experience, Deborah Brunner was deeply motivated to change her life. She traded in her life of domestic violence and substance abuse for an incredibly fulfilling life. Deborah's story, at least parts of it, is all too familiar in modern society. Where her story differs from most is not her will to live, which is remarkable, but beyond this point to a place where she picked up the pieces, reconnected with family, gained a degree and continues to flourish, putting tough life lessons into meaningful action. It is a story of triumph.
Deborah's natural ability to engage and inspire will benefit anyone seeking to adapt, overcome, and excel over adversity. Her motivating story and impassioned plea is that you too can rewrite your own narrative. Deborah will unveil her experiences using humor and a gentle touch, sharing insights and wisdom making her talks truly inspirational.
She believes we should assist and applaud the will to survive, take time to listen, and cheer those who triumph in the face of insurmountable adversity.
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