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Inner-Work Letters: Transform Trauma into Triumph

What 3 people are saying about this Newsletter

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Inner Work Letters is a Newsletter publication for anyone learning to heal from trauma and childhood wounds.

11 years ago, I learned about childhood wounds and trauma.

My intention was to heal my childhood wounds and learn to trust myself again.

As I relearned new ways of being, I realized healing isn’t linear, and sometimes it is messy and confusing.

I am a big believer in self-healing. I know it is possible to heal your internal wounds and turn your trauma into triumph — like I am doing daily.

Deciding to heal is the best decision I have made in my adult life.

I created this Newsletter to share what I have learned and how I approach healing as a long-term strategy.

Healing is available to everyone. You just have to be willing to put in the work and hold yourself accountable for your growth, change, and healing.

Why You Should Subscribe to Inner Work Letters

It is not enough to know your trauma. You should create a system that allows you to learn about trauma and offer guidance in beginning your self-healing journey.

Below are three testimonials from people who have signed up for Inner Work Letters.

I signed up for Inner Work Letters because Ese motivates me to do more about my life and pain. The way she simplifies otherwise complex concepts like pain and trauma is remarkable. Her Inner Work Letters are the therapist I didn’t know I needed. Segun E.

I love Inner Work Letters because it tackles those inner issues that most do not know about. For instance, this is the first time I have become aware that my mind dictates my body and vice versa. I am now aware that my body and mind are connected that whenever I feel sick in my body, I check what I am storing in my mind. Kelie K.

For the first time in almost 4 decades, I have a sense of control over my emotions. I don’t know where this process will lead. I am open and willing to explore the inner world for self-healing. David D.

Your Move

Now it’s your turn to start your inner exploration journey.

I can’t wipe all your tears away or solve your emotional needs. With your permission and willingness, you can begin your journey to self-healing by exploring your inner world.

I would love to assist you on this path. Sign up for my Inner Work Letters and start this June with Attachment Styles.

Work with me One-on-One

If you would like to work with me one-on-one, you may email Please use Inner Work in your email title.

If you do anything this year, let it be your Inner Work.




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Ese Walter

Ese Walter

Writer, Reader and Speaker of Words - I write to explore my inner world and help others on the path #self-healing

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