[PDF / Epub] ☃ In Pursuit of Change By Maya Berger – Valtrex-4.us

In Pursuit of Change When Her Joy Over The Birth Of Her Daughter Is Overshadowed By Complications Of Depression And Autoimmune Diseases And She Fears She Can T Balance The Demands Of Motherhood Against Those Of Her Own Parents And Husband, Maya Decides To Investigate Alternative Methods In Pursuit Of Change Is The Result Offering Encouragement, Knowledge And Joy To Women Who Might Otherwise Not Know Where To Find It As They Struggle To Adjust To Their New Role.

[PDF / Epub] ☃ In Pursuit of Change  By Maya Berger – Valtrex-4.us
  • Paperback
  • 145 pages
  • In Pursuit of Change
  • Maya Berger
  • English
  • 17 June 2017
  • 9781543903270

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  1. says:

    Having read Maya s amazing and very intimate book Luna Tree The Baby Project I was beyond excited to read Maya s next book In Pursuit of Change which takes place after the events of Luna Tree Maya s writing style is definitely getting better and better with each book, her stories are always very raw, intimate and easy to relate to so I immensely enjoyed reading In Pursuit of Change This book offers a very strong encouragement to women all around the world who are struggling with their own problems which may or may not be similar to Maya s very own ones.In Pursuit of Change also managed to inspire me and to offer me a unique knowledge that I am definitely going to use in the future I kindly recommend this book to all of my bookish frie...


  2. says:

    ARC kindly provided by author.Thanks Maya What I loved most about this book is how honest, personal, raw and real it was I am not a mother and I don t know much about motherhood, and I never experienced the struggles Maya wrote about in In Pursuit of Change, but she made me feel like I was right there with her...


  3. says:

    In pursuit of change tells the story of Maya a first time mom, trying to deal with her newborn, her health issues and the relationships with her parents and her husband It was an inspiring book, specially to read the point of view of someone who s struggling everyday with a chronic disease Also, it introduced me to a number of therapies and alterantive medicine, that people go to in order to try to feel a little bit better each day view spoiler The place wh...


  4. says:

    I was immediately drawn in by this book because the author is just so open and honest with the reader Within the first chapter she was discussing the realities of pregnancy, labor, and delivery Maya writes that she was unhappily surprised to discover that the stomach doesn t go back to being flat quickly after delivery I didn t know this either, and these early chapters made me relate to Maya and care about what happened to her throughout the rest of the book The main conflict in the book is Maya s struggle to diagnose and heal her chronic pain condition, but there are also side conflicts involving her experiences with postpartum depression, her relationship with her husband and mother, and her career in alternative medicine Out of all of these topics, I related the most to her personal relationship issues and found them to be very compelling Maya is brutally honest and does not shy away from sharing some uncomfortable truths, which comes across as very brave Alternative medicine and energy healing are topics that I didn t know much about before reading this memoir, and after finishing I have to say that I still don t understand it Maya s description of the energy center that she attends to help manage her pain makes it sound like she s trapped in a new agey cult and I was waiting for the chapter in which she leaves the center altogether Maya s writing style is unique and it did take me a bit to get used to the third person narration, but it...


  5. says:

    There s a bit of Maya in all of usThis is a very easy to read and no nonsense book that provided both entertainment and a lot of insight into the world of motherhood I love that Maya is a real woman, with a lot of angst, confusion, and yes, tiredness from doing too much Regardless, what stood out is her persistent desire to be better, not only for herself but for the people around her She understood the demands of being a mom, a daughter and a wife she continuously rebelled about it, but in the end, love for self and family won by a mile This is the second book I ve read that was written by the author and this is a good read It touched on the lesser known ailment of Fibromyalgia and how it can aggravate postpartum depression.For most women whose children are now grown up, the book is a reminder of the days when trial and error is a norm and where the ...


  6. says:

    Honest, Entertaining And Provides Hope Was it normal to feel so disoriented, so lost and without any solution to her problems Maya s story is real Postpartum, lack of energy, joint pain, trouble sleeping related or separate ailments Maya uses honesty as she captivates her readers through her journey to find relief and answers I found the third person writing to be a refreshingly, unique change of pace The detail is extraordinary, whether describing a holiday at the sea or struggling with her own feelings of pain and anxiety or dealing with the relationships in her life such as her mother and husband, to the concerns of caring for her newborn baby What seems to be a simple, short read on the surface is really so much complex Maya offers help, encouragement and knowledge to other women showing us there real...


  7. says:

    This memoir, which is told in the third person and set in Croatia, describes the author s journey of self healing When we first meet Maya, she struggles with sleepness, joint pain, and depression, which makes taking care of her newborn a challenge This book depicts Maya s search for health via western medicine and a series of healers such as her Chinese energy Master, an acupressure healer, a Thetahealer, and others I enjoyed the author s authentic voice Maya is incredibly honest about her postpartum struggles She lays out her worries about bonding with her baby, difficulty nursing, and exhaustion Many new m...


  8. says:

    A woman s introspective journeyWomen are intuitive about their bodies than they can believe with confidence Maya s story is than just how she dealt with baby blues or postpartum depression Her journey to wellness and change took her through Western medicine and alternative healing Though it took her many years, she finally found a way to ease her mind, body and spirit ...


  9. says:

    This book is about the journey from pain into peace Sometimes it takes a large amount of change and a large amount of pain to find inner peace But the moral of the story is that you have to continue to pursue peace Sometimes you even have to fight for it The writing is from the heart and it s an easy read, but I would recommend it to anyone who has experienced chronic pain and post partu...

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