“Good self-esteem is the corner stone of good relationships”
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My own Story
From Verbal Abuse and Depression to Freedom and Happiness
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Officially from UNICEF about “110 ways to Detect a Bad Relationship”
It is a great book. It is unpretentious yet very meaningful, and invokes reflection. It is simple yet thorough and ought to reach all corners of the world to make changes in the way people treat each other. A violence prevention tool.
Anne Mette Friis, UNICEF Denmark
Head of Education for Development
Charm Your Brain:
“I loved your book 110 ways to charm your brain!!!!! Incredible. It’s everything I believe wrapped up in one book. The quotes you used were fantastic, every one of them. Great exercises and great wisdom. Thanks.” Michele, USA
“Thank YOU great resource to have on your Kindle never know when you need a quick Happy Moment.” Cheryl Janecky, Author, Teacher, Public Speaker, Quick Good Fortune, USA
“I loved this book so much as the Kindle edition I just had to order the paperback too. Henriette will inspire you. She will teach you exercises that will provide you with such growth. She teaches you that you are worthy and how to really believe in yourself. The goal is life is to be happy. By changing what you think about you can change your reality. She shows us how to keep thinking positive thoughts. I highly recommend this book.” Michele Penn, photographer and author, www.PeaceInThePresentMoment.net, USA
Detect a Bad Relationship:
“110 Ways to Detect a Bad Relationship is a must read! It is such a fantastic book. The questions are insightful and very necessary to ask. I know that anyone that reads this book will learn so much about themselves and gain the wisdom needed to build better long term relation-ships.” Chizoma Cluff Nosiri, Editor-In-Chief and Self-Esteem Guru
“I wish I’d had this book when I was 16/17, right before I married my ex-husband. If I’d asked myself these questions, learned the signs of an abuser, or even just met someone who could enlighten me to abuse and that it existed, things may have been a little different.
If you’re getting into a relationship or want to, this is a fantastic book to get in order to ask yourself very specific questions. If you feel like something is off with the person you’re dating, then trust yourself!
This book should be a part of a workshop for high school students in order to begin preventing abusive relationships while people are still young enough to learn and change with minimal resistance.
I hope everyone who wants to learn more about healthy relationships picks up this book and seriously considers the questions asked within these pages.”
Jennifer-Crystal Johnson, Author of Strangers with Familiar Faces, USA
As someone who has been bullied several times and also spent 5 years in an abusive relationship – your book is brilliant!”
Lisa Phillips, Amazing Coaching, Australia
“If I had one wish it would be to give this to every child before she’s even born! It might be depressing to give a pregnant momma this for a baby shower but I think it would save a lot of lives since most women who are killed are killed by their intimate partners.”
Angela Lee, The Healing Place, USA
“I wish I would listen to your every word and make my brain comprehend what you write so brilliantly.”
Louise Flach Hasle, Author, Retired Diplomat, Washington DC, now living in France
Thank you so much!
Henriette Eiby Christensen
I’m back – with paperbacks
My two books – my life experience
From Depression to Happiness
From Domestic Violence to Freedom
Learning together for a better world
are now available as Paperbacks Find them here:
All my best, Henriette
PS the e-books are still 1.99 on Amazon until Tuesday – please let every shelter, refuge home, safe house, Domestic Abuse hotline know
And Every Teenager
110 Ways part of new book!
The Faces behind the Pages that Inspire
♥ Thank you and I Love You ♥