Society & Culture:Relationships
S6E150 From Long Buried Innocence to Emotional Freedom with Regina LaFrance
When the shadow of a dark past looms heavy, finding the strength to step into the light can be a profound journey. Regina LaFrance joins me with a courageous heart, sharing the deeply personal account of her childhood, marred by the abuse of a trusted priest in Portugal, and how it cast long, dark shadows on her sense of self and ability to form relationships.
Her story, however, doesn't anchor in the darkness; it is a remarkable tale of transformation, sparked by a moment of divine intervention that propelled her towards self-forgiveness and acceptance. Regina's experiences, and the self-love techniques she adopted, are a testament to the power of love and forgiveness as powerful antidotes to pain.
Our conversation navigates the challenging yet critical path of healing and self-love, emphasizing the importance of nurturing environments and compassionate listeners. We uncover the significance of affirmations, the transformative power of positive self-dialogue, and the value of selecting a supportive community. Regina's forthcoming novel, "SHAYLA," promises to extend this narrative of empowerment and hope. As we wrap up our heartfelt dialogue, the message is clear: anyone struggling with their past can find solace in the knowledge that their worth is immutable and that reclaiming their story with love is not just possible, but a beautiful truth. Join us for this episode that's not just a sharing of one woman's journey, but an open invitation to all who seek to embrace joy and fulfillment in their lives.
Regina LaFrance's introduction
Regina LaFrance is the author of SHAYLA, the new semi-autobiographical novel inspired by real events that deals with child abuse and finding emotional freedom. An incredible journey that reads like a movie! Regina’s book is a calling and a movement dedicated to survivors of abuse. To learn more, visit her website: https://www.lafrancemedia.com
With sensitivity to the alarming rate of more children being abused each year, a light needs to be shed on this tragic abuse epidemic. Regina’s timely story is one of the “too many” who have suffered. And when one suffers, we all suffer. Her story is their story—where the truth is stranger than fiction that sometimes follows our precious young home, all too often.
Connect with Regina LaFrance's PR representative, Tany Soussana from EpiContent
by email: tany@epiContent.com or by phone: +1 310 633 4455
on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thebookthattellsall
Order your copy of SHAYLA book: https://www.lafrancemedia.com/shop-store/shayla-book as well as on Amazon https://a.co/d/eKvCs0W
Watch the trailer of SHAYLA book: https://youtu.be/wyTnFhm7sII
Explore the main website of LaFrance Media Group: https://www.lafrancemedia.com/
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