Traumas and Triumphs: A Psychologist's Personal Recipe for Happiness
What does it take to transcend the impact of trauma and achieve happiness, meaning, and purpose?
At an early age, Dr. Paul Foxman became a victim of childhood sexual abuse, poverty, multiple life-threatening medical crises, a hostile divorce, and exposure to violence. Now an accomplished psychologist, Dr. Foxman shares key lessons from the process of overcoming traumas to create a life filled with love, fulfillment, and security. He validates the possibility of a fulfilling life that goes well beyond survival to true recovery: to regain the ability to trust, to love and be loved, to feel empowered and safe, and to discover one’s purpose.
In Traumas and Triumphs, Dr. Foxman recounts his inspiring personal journey to recovery while supplying insights into resources to aid in managing anxiety and healing from trauma.
PRAISE FOR TRAUMAS AND TRIUMPHS
“Paul Foxman’s powerful story of transforming adversity into success, meaning and true joy shines as a beacon of hope for anyone who struggles. His secrets for happiness, wise insights and compelling story make for a gripping read.”—Celeste DiMilla, psychotherapist, and author of Live Kind, Be Happy
“Traumas and Triumphs is a beautiful sharing of lived experience and life review, and I am certain that it will enhance our understanding of trauma and sharpen our skill sets for how to survive and thrive in spite of or even because of it." —Jamie Marich, Ph.D., LPCC-S, LICDC-CS, REAT, RYT-500 Founder, The Institute for Creative Mindfulness, Author of Trauma and the 12 Steps; Healing Addiction with EMDR Therapy: A Trauma-Focused Guide, and other volumes on trauma recovery
“[Dr. Foxman] is the living proof that encourages readers, especially if they have a troubled start in life, to always take the risk for growth, despite the possibility of failure. And he assures his readers those risks we find in our own lives are the path worth taking and, if we allow others to point the way or take our hand, it may not seem so scary to move toward happiness.” —Dr. Margaret Wehrenberg, author of The 10 Best-Ever Anxiety Management Techniques