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Self-improvement and growth on We Deserve Better - Dorrin Rosenfeld, DC

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Sabine Gedeon had enough. Her life had been a torture from the moment of birth in Haiti when her mother rejected her and things only got worse from there. She came to the US and while in the care of relatives as a young child, experienced a gang rape by cousins. Over the years, many other personal betrayals followed including lovers, friends, co-workers and even church members that she considered "family." Love and trust always ended in pain for Sabine, leading her to perceive herself as worthless and alone. After years of struggle and hurt, she was prepared to take the pills she had in hand. But before she did, she expended her pain and rage at God, and told him that, "in fact, if He was real, and didn't want me to move forward with my plans, that I needed Him to prove it to me!" God showed up for her and gave her comfort through that night.

Thus begins Sabine's story of transformation, her version of a caterpillar emerging from a chrysalis into a beautiful, graceful butterfly. In her new book TRANSFORMED: The Journey to Becoming, Sabine chronicles what took her to such depths and how she followed that divine intervention with a relentless pursuit of self-improvement and purposeful growth, despite the deep pain from her transformation. 

Today, Sabine Gedeon, is the Founder and CEO of Gedeon Enterprises, providing coaching and consulting services to ambitious, mission-driven leaders. With over 15 years' experience serving as an HR professional, and personal coach,Sabine has helped hundreds of professionals break through barriers, build their leadership, and experience growth in their lives and careers. She sought counseling, committed to her personal growth, forgave her betrayers, and vowed to leave counterproductive people and thoughts behind.

 

 

 

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