WHOLE: How I Learned to Fill the Fragments of My Life with Forgiveness, Hope, Strength, and Creativity
- 01 Oct 2016
- 256 pages - 228 x 152 x 16mm
“I know how to kill someone and get away with it.” The words spoken by her father when Moore was just a child haunt her to this day. Keith Jesperson was arrested 2 years later for the murder of eight women after confessing that he was the serial killer known as The Happy Face Killer. The pain, guilt, and shame that followed her father’s conviction stigmatised Moore for years, but also fueled her to prove that the skeletons in her family closet need not have the upper hand.
The Whole program draws from the wisdom of the ages, current scientific research, and examples from popular culture about how to overcome painful experiences, big and small. Filled with strategic steps and gripping stories, Whole is a powerful journey of recovery and awakening that reframes any pain experience so it can be used as power to heal and grow from trauma.
A healing program filling voids left by unrelenting guilt, trauma, sadness, ordisappointment. Based on the path that enabled author Melissa Moore to turnfrom reclusive “serial killer’s daughter” to national television host, victim advocate, and bestselling author.