Ronae Jull, a parenting hope coach who helps adults who were abused as children with child abuse recovery, has published a new e-book to help parents break the cycle of abuse. Child abuse help is also available on her website.
Online PR News – 19-April-2012 – SEATTLE, WA – Ronae Jull, a parenting hope coach, announces she is increasing resources for parents who were abused as children. Each resource is designed to help with child abuse recovery and teach parents how to break the cycle of abuse instead of passing it on to their own children.
Jull has recently written an e-book titled 'A Bigger Bandaid: Hope For Parents Abused As Children.' The book will help parents learn how to implement specific steps in order to become the parent they want to be rather than modeling the parenting behavior they were subjected to. It will also show them how to reach out without being re-victimized and how parents can help children so that they don't become a victim. The e-book will be available on Amazon on April 20, 2012 and anyone interested in learning more can find information at http://ronaejull.com/resources-press/a-bigger-bandaid-e-book-hope-for-parents-abused-as-children/.
"'A Bigger Bandaid' is really a labor of love. Its stories and advice are drawn from my own personal recovery story and from more than 20 years of working with wounded men and women. These people were abused as children and wanted desperately to receive child abuse help and create a better life for their own kids. An important part of breaking the abuse cycle is healing and my book will help anyone eventually find genuine joy as they heal their hearts," said parenting hope coach Jull (http://ronaejull.com/).
On Saturday, April 21, 2012, Jull will also help raise awareness for Child Abuse Prevention Month by participating in the radio show, The Dr. Carol Show. Listeners in the Houston area will be able to tune in to KKHT at 100.7 FM between 1 and 2 p.m. CST, but people across the world can listen live just by clicking the Listen button on the Dr. Carol Show website. Dr. Carol and Jull will talk about breaking the cycle of abuse and will take calls from listeners. Listeners can call 888-537-2276 or email RJ@ronaejull.com with their questions.
Jull provides parents with more than just child abuse resources. Her services include helping parents reach out to difficult children and teenagers. She understands that today's teenagers have a very different set of challenges and works with parents to create a customized solution for all types of families.
"Parenting teenagers is hard! There's no one size fits all approach to parenting teens and what works for one family might not work for another. If you're worried that your child is becoming withdrawn, that they're at risk of being bullied or if you're concerned about unhealthy eating habits and drugs, don't give up. Let me help," said Jull.
About Ronae Jull: Ronae Jull is a mom of four grown children and a grandma of three. She persisted in spite of an abusive and isolated childhood, but admits that joy wasn't instant. Her experience helped her become a parenting hope coach and she knows how to reach out to someone who is lost in the darkness. Jull has found great success in helping parents with teens who are going through a difficult time. If your family is having problems with bullying, including cyberbullying, teen sex, co-parenting issues, dysfunctional educational systems and bad attitudes, hope coaching might be able to help. To receive free tips for parenting teens, visit http://ronaejull.com/ and sign up for Jull's Hope Notes.