Praise for the book...

“It is a book written with love.”

I did everything I could to hold my family together. Married to an alcoholic, I blamed my husband for the overwhelming pressure I felt and my young daughter’s unstable and confusing childhood. Until a fateful spiritual retreat rearranged my perspective and kick-started my journey to transform my life.

Finding the courage to initiate my divorce, I took the first step in shedding my limiting beliefs and self-imposed victimhood. But it wasn’t until I embraced my connection to the divine that I finally learned to love unconditionally and became the woman my daughter and I so desperately needed.

In this memoir, I share my path to liberating myself from society’s unrealistic and often detrimental expectations of single moms. If you or someone you know is challenged by traumatic circumstance, toxic relationships, or crippling self-doubt, you’ll find the promise and inspiration you need to rise above your suffering and loneliness. By embracing your vulnerability you can learn to put your oxygen mask on first and parent with your whole heart…

"I found your book very inspirational, and it made me think about the relationship between myself and my two children. Maybe I should take my hands off the reins a little and stop trying to steer them so much, enjoy their journey with them. I also need to reconnect with my spiritual side. These past few years have been tough, being diagnosed with depression and anxiety, so it has been a long trek to try and find myself again. But I am getting there! It is a comfort to know that other people overcome their problems and everyone has their own struggles."

is an honest memoir that shows a loving life is within reach, no matter your situation. If you like sacred journeys, honest real-life encounters, and practical insights into how to navigate life’s hardships, then you’ll love this story by author Sophie Pagalday.

to discover how you can find self-love, true empowerment and freedom from everything that’s holding you back today!