Exposing the hidden causes of damaging behaviors.
Are you weary of finding yourself in the same painful cycles no matter how hard you try to break free? Do you long for life to be different? There are reasons why you find yourself in the same places of hurt and struggle time and time again.
Today’s damaging behaviors and choices are often tied to yesterday’s childhood pain and other traumas that lie beneath the surface. Until we recognize this, we will continue to make the same poor choices. We need intervention to begin to forge a new, more positive path. Karin, Melinda, and Lisa are living proof that change and freedom is possible.
A new Book and curriculum
In Unraveled Roots, the authors will help you:
- Identify the root causes behind your destructive choices and patterns.
- Expose the lies you believe about yourself, as well as other damaging behaviors and mindsets that you may not even realize are limiting and destructive.
- Change your life and legacy by establishing new, healthier patterns one small step at a time.
There is hope. Change is possible. Life can be different.
About The Authors
Karin Barbito spent a good portion of her life living in chaos, dysfunction, and pretty much made every bad choice someone could make. Through recovery and a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, Karin has dedicated her life to helping people ex- ceed their limitations and achieve their maximum potential.
Melinda Means learned the hard way as she’s fought chronic illness, raised a special needs child, and grappled with past wounds. She loves walking alongside women and pointing them toward healing and freedom. A Certified Professional Life Coach, she is also pursuing a Masters in Christian Counseling. Melinda is co-author of Mothering from Scratch and author of Invisible Wounds: Hope While You’re Hurting.
Lisa Rowe, LCSW has earned an education in divorce, abandon- ment, codependency and other heartbreaking traumas. That training is not only reflected in the letters after her name: She’s lived it. Lisa’s passion is to uncover the root of dysfunctional be- havior and help other women find hope, healing, and freedom from early childhood trauma.