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“Every aspect of Victim Is Not Your Name is engaging—Step-by-step, practical advice on how to take back your life.”
Master Platinum Coach at Tony Robbins
IT’S TIME TO END YOUR SUFFERING AND START YOUR LIFE
With unexpected pain, trauma, abuse, or betrayals you feel used up, exhausted. Maybe angry, maybe depressed. In short, you feel like a victim…of a wrongdoer, of circumstance or both. You know intuitively that life just isn’t meant to be this way, yet you feel stuck. A victimizer shouldn’t get to ruin your life, but you just don’t know how to move on. The good news is, there’s a way out, and your life can get better—much better.
In Victim Is Not Your Name, you’ll discover a potent yet practical plan to move beyond suffering into a life of significance, joy and hopefulness. Drawing on her 30 years of working with people who’ve suffered life-altering circumstances, veteran attorney and mediator Kelly Bennett shares the secrets of those who’ve not only survived, but thrived, and found their way back to their true selves.
- How Victim Habits create roadblocks in your relationships and leave you feeling hopeless and helpless.
- How Victim Habits hold you back and challenge everything you previously believed to be good and true.
- How to leverage forgiveness to break free from Victim Habits and heal from the pain (and what forgiveness is ..).
- The six key strategies to effectively disrupt the Victim Habits so you can win the battle.
MASTER PLATINUM COACH AT TONY ROBBINS
“Coming from over thirty years in the personal development field, I know that stepping out of a victim role is critical to creating a life of joy and possibility. In Victim Is Not Your Name, Kelly Bennett makes an amazing case for the need to make that transition, the certainty it can be done, along with practical advice on how to accomplish it…all powerful messages. Kelly knows what she is talking about, pure and simple. Her years of working with people who have dealt with pain, abuse, trauma and more makes her uniquely qualified to help anyone see the path out of pain by doing the inner work of taking back their power. Through her ‘tell it like it is’ and yet deeply caring approach to this sensitive subject, Kelly offers sage advice that is clear and effective.
“Every aspect of Victim Is Not Your Name is engaging—from the introduction of the power a name can have, through how Victim Habits can take over and even take you down, to step-by-step, practical advice on how to take back your life. Read this book if you feel stuck, if you feel someone or something has harmed you and you don’t know how to get past it in order live the life and feel the happiness and joy you deserve. Read this book if regardless of what has happened in your life, you are ready to live fully, live powerfully. Read this book if you are ready to create a compelling future for yourself and the people you love.”
Judge of the Superior Court
“Victim Is Not Your Name should be required reading for all of us. Don’t we all, at times, find ourselves slipping into feeling sorry for ourselves? Wallowing in self-pity? Kelly Bennett reminds us that we have a choice in whether we are to remain victims. Over the past thirty-five years in the legal profession, I have worked with countless victims. Many have been female sexual assault victims. Others are male combat veterans suffering from severe PTSD and depression. I can tell you, Kelly’s advice is spot on. People get trapped in a perception of themselves as a victim. They never move on. Kelly gives them the tools to do that. I know Kelly personally and have sought her for advice at trying times in my life. She is one of the best lawyers in California and a first class mediator. Few could deliver this message with the humility and authority she does. I particularly loved the chapter on forgiveness, and Kelly’s words: ‘Forgiveness is an amazing gift you give to yourself–a freeing of the soul.’ Lovely.”
Dennis G. Brewer, Jr., Esq.
GENERAL COUNSEL AND CFO, FELLOWSHIP CHURCH, GRAPEVINE, TX
“Victim Is Not Your Name is highly engaging and an easy read, but don’t misunderstand; it is full of life-changing golden nuggets for all of us. The applications target living life to the fullest, as well as overcoming the adversities of victimhood—something many of us have experienced and I dare say, all of us have dealt with. Kelly Bennett’s work has inspired me to, among other things, throw some stuff away, breathe, and yes, I’ve got a gratitude stone I’m going to start carrying with me. This book also reinforced my commitment to, first thing in the morning, read the Word, pray, and think great thoughts!”