Can I Be Me Without Losing You?

by Chental Wilson


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 6/15/2016

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 216
ISBN : 9781504354431
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 216
ISBN : 9781504354455

About the Book

Are you worried that to be happy and true to yourself means leaving those you love and the life you have behind? One of the reasons becoming ourselves takes so long and is so hard is because we have a deep fear of speaking our own truths. We have been conditioned to feel badly about who we are and guilty about what we want from life. One Sunday afternoon something happened to Chental that changes her forever. “In The Power of Now, Eckhart Tolle refers to this shift as “being in a “State of Grace.” Follow Chental as she takes you on her journey of self empowerment while including her husband and family. She learns to be a detective in her own life using her new abilities to detach, watch herself grow, and along the way explain what’s happening to those she loves, so that they are not afraid, threatened or confused by her new actions.


About the Author

Born in High Wycombe, England, into a strong Catholic family, Chental is the second youngest of nine girls. She met her husband at the age of fifteen and was married at nineteen, thus starting her adventure into becoming a wife and mother in a new home in Canada. After suffering for a few years with back issues at the age of 42, Chental was led to her life changing awakening. She set out on a journey to expose herself and her heart. While becoming a wife and a mother she discovered she had left part of herself behind. As she courageously and vulnerably exposed herself and her heart, she finally came to understand where she had gone and why. Today Chental lives on Salt Spring Island with her husband. This is her first book written with a passion to share what she has learned on her own journey through life. Chental feels it is her responsibility to share what she discovered in the hope that it encourages others to embark on their own road to living life from their true authentic selves. Chental was in search of her true-est self! She was in search of unconditional love, does it really exist?