When Soulmates Unite – Learning to Love Ourselves from the People Who Can Hurt Us the Most


Exploring and Sharing the Raw Journey of Learning to Love Ourselves and One Another

I’ve written a book about my personal journey of learning to love myself titled When Soulmates Unite –Learning to Love Ourselves from the People Who Can Hurt Us the Most.  This book is a raw, personal account of my journey of learning to love myself and learning to treat myself like I’m worthy of being loved.

It’s chalk full of personal journal entries, letters to family, lovers and friends as I explored in real-time what loving myself was–what it meant and what it didn’t.

Just like my life, the book isn’t super polished and succinct; it’s simply raw, vulnerable, loving and honest. Unapologetically, just like me.

Many of the people who have read the book have had their own experience of healing and exploring themselves through the raw sharing of my life and my explorative journey of love, pain, and purpose.

As we heal ourselves, we heal one another.

I finished writing the book in October 2016, the day after a monumental demonstration of my newfound love for myself. Little did I know then, that a whole new journey in learning to love myself was just beginning.  And so was Book #2.

If you feel guided to buy, below are the links to purchase. I’d love to hear your thoughts and share in your experience as you read When Soulmates Unite – Learning to Love Ourselves from the People Who Can Hurt Us the Most.

There’s meaning in everything and everyone. Search for it.

The journey continues . . .

With love and purpose,

Quotation Mark
“Your book chronicles a remarkable journey. Your writing is so honest and raw that, at times, the emotions feel physically tangible.”
“What courage you show in sharing all of yourself, not just those parts that we typically want people to see. Clearly, you have a knack for revealing all of yourself, which is the path for finding ourselves and lighting the way for others.”
“You’re witty and pure in your reflection of emotion and thoughts, and your style is so natural, it’s as though we’re sitting with a cup of tea, sharing time and the connection that tends to build after years of friendship.”
“Finding true self is not something many people have attained. Your love and desire to share your path with others so that they, too, may experience this evolution is truly a remarkable gift.”