Monday, June 27, 2016

Veera Mahajan, book launch!

I am always growing, stretching and finding important things to create in regards to my coaching and mediation business and expertise about thriving after domestic abuse … and I have a dream on my docket that I am excited to share with you!

I have written a new, powerful book regarding healing – did you know that you can?   The book has been under wraps for now; soon to be publicized – and I am letting YOU know about it first!

I am on the path to becoming a bestselling author.  It is my aim to spread the message of my book globally for the many people it will assist with a step-by-step guide to freedom from domestic abuse, and how to live a full life – free from bitterness or brokenness

If your life feels out of control and you long to experience happiness, this book is for you. Sound like something you can use?

My book has been a well-kept secret so I won’t share MUCH right now, however……

Please mark this date and information on your calendar:
Thursday, July 7: Veera Mahajan, book launch!

On July 7th I will announce the book title and special details. This is a book that I promise will contribute to your life.

             *  What will readers gain from this book?  
       *  Are you ready for a new form of freedom?
      *  How will this book serve as a catalyst in your life?

Will you help me to help you find a life of freedom?
Stay tuned for more about MY BIG BOOK LAUNCH and the road to making this dream come true!

Veera Mahajan

P.S. – Thank you for marking July 7th on your calendar.

Monday, June 20, 2016

UNREPORTED - Domestic Abuse is an unreported crime. Learning to L.I.V.E. is a journey.

UNREPORTED is a self-help and a motivational book based on real stories from people who have lived the life of abuse.  Fictitious names are used in order to protect the identities of the actual persons.  Author, Veera Mahajan, used her life as an example in many parts of the testimonies in order to show what abuse is and how to get out of it. 

This book came out of author’s own divorce and her realization on the day of that divorce that she herself had never
lived a completely free life.  She knew she needed to learn how to live this free life, which she fought so hard to find. So, she interviewed many others who had lived in abuse, had escaped it, and are now living a free empowered life. After many interviews she came to understand that most people do not even know that they are living in an abusive relationship. Although many feel that there is only one kind of abuse, the actuality is that abuse comes in many forms.

Basically, if you are afraid of another human being and you are living under someone else’s control and they make you feel bad about yourself, then the life you are living is indeed an abusive one.  Veera also learned that most people continue to live in abuse because they are afraid to speak up and report abuse.  That is the primary reason that abusers incessantly get away with the hurt they inflict.  And sadly, most often, the abuse goes UNREPORTED.

The book, UNREPORTED, exposes different kinds of abuse.  It demonstrates and points to signs and red flags that should alert us all if we are living in an abusive relationship.  The author hopes to encourage victims of abuse everywhere to know that they deserve better, to drop the victim syndrome and do something about fixing or getting out of the abusive situation. 

Deciding to leave a relationship is hard but if you do decide to leave, this book will give you solid and candid information.  The advice within the lessons learned by the people in these pages will guide and support you with your resolve. The advice in UNREPORTED is the 20/20 hindsight from people who have been there and wish they knew then what they now know.  They are sharing their lives and lessons learned so that you do not feel alone and helpless as you are going through the process of ending an abusive relationship and preparing yourself for a better life. You are not alone. Here is the help available if you are ready to help yourself. 

Learning to L.I.V.E. is a journey.  L.I.V.E. Stands for: 

Learn to Love yourself 
Insist on Freedom
Victory over victim syndrome

Empowered Living. 

Wednesday, June 8, 2016

Decisions are only as Good as the Follow Through

One of the hardest decisions you will ever make is choosing whether to walk away or try harder.   It is especially hard to make tough decisions about the people in your life. At some point, you have to decide that some people can stay in your heart but not in your life. 

It’s not selfish to love yourself, take care of yourself, and to make your Happiness a priority. It is necessary. 

You know you have made the right decision when there is peace in your heart. Do not second-guess your instincts. Sticking to your decision is very important for any decision to work for you.

The right choices are always the hardest to make, but they have to be made to live the life we deserve.   Sometimes the hardest things and the right things are the same. 

The hard thing is not only making the decision, but the thinking about the reasons you made that
decision and the results you expect to have from that decision.

The decisions are hard to make when you have to choose between where you were and who you want to be, and where you should be.  That’s why it’s important to think a lot before you make a decision. Weigh all the pros and cons. 

Don’t be quick to make a decision, but once you have made a decision, for all the reasons mentioned above, it is important to stick to that decision. 

After going through the difficult task of making a tough decision, if you don’t follow through, the whole painful decision-making process will go to waste and you will be back to square one, wishing you had stuck with the decision.