Religious Trauma Syndrome

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Religious Trauma Syndrome
Author : Prince Charles Flavius
File Size : 45,6 Mb
Publisher : Independently Published
Language : English
Release Date : 17 April 2019
ISBN : 1793267987
Pages : 70 pages
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Religious Trauma Syndrome by Prince Charles Flavius Book PDF Summary

RTS is a to the point, self-help guide on recovering from religion. Unlike any other book of its kind, RTS was written to rattle your conscience, and awaken your logic. Being written by someone who was born deep into religion gives it a personal connection and a realistic view on what someone goes through after leaving their faith. Most people, who were blessed with never having to be held back by belief would never understand the inner struggle one goes through in finding meaning in this world after being deceived their entire life. Too long have you been brainwashed and beguiled by those that would rob you of living life while taking you on a never ending exodus to some false promised land. This is why this book was written short, to the point, and was designed to not waste your time. So, if you have gone through this terrible transition, and need help through your time of trauma, then this is the book for you.

Religious Trauma Syndrome

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