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"This is truly a remarkable and compelling work of nonfiction that focuses on trauma. The title, "There is Nothing to Fix" implies that people with such disorders do not need to be "fixed" because they are who they are. The book excels at removing stigmatization associated with people with such mental health conditions. It also advocates the notion that "normal" people should really help the ones struggling with disabilities. This book is simply astounding!"


—Nonfiction Athors Association

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Sue's first book, There is Nothing to Fix:Becoming Whole Through Radical Self-Acceptance, is a beautifully intentional narrative of how the wounds of trauma divert our development and create the vulnerabilities which so often lead to re-traumatization, especially in intimate relationships where those wounds are so accessible. 

     Through her own story, Sue Jones carries the reader down a path of discovery in which they can find themselves and the parallels to their own stories. 

     There is Nothing to Fix, highlights in very tangible ways how to heal and find connection, clearly emphasizing what Trauma-Informed Care systems everywhere are realizing ….that it is only through safe, compassionate, and healing relationships, that recovery and restoration can truly happen.

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