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123 Yumay Chang - The Power To Manifest: Triumph from Childhood Abuse A Different Life Story

    • Health & Fitness

In Yumay's words: I was severely abused by sadistic parents - overt dad and covert mom, and emigrated to the US at age 20 with nothing and no one. I learned how to heal myself and build a life:1. MS in CS from Stanford at age 21. Paid for school by being a CS TA despite English being my second language. 2. Financially free in my early 30s. 3. Ran/Running global sales teams for Microsoft and Google.4. Built and sold a striving race business with over 20k racers.5. I was a pretty good athlete myself at one point in my life :) -  adventure races, 50 mile runs, podium placing bike racer across MTB, cyclocross, road race, and track race.6. What I am most proud of is that I have great relationships with my siblings, my friends, my husband and my cat. Not easy since I had to learn how to have good relationships from scratch!
7. Currently also hosting Life Is Love School to help survivors understand they have the power to heal themselves.
For Yumay the following topics are of biggest importance:1. Not understanding the impact their childhood has on their life today, especially when it comes to intimate relationships. 2. Not realizing that they can heal themselves, but insisting that justice requires their abusers to apologize and fix what they’ve broken. 
3. Not making progress because they don’t know how to go about healing themselves.
https://linktr.ee/lifeisloveschool
Everything I offer is free - blog, podcast, newsletter, FB support group for survivors, and workshop
 
If you want learn more about living a fantastic life after alcohol, check out my book!https://www.amazon.com/My-Steps-Sobri...
Wait, there is more!!! Have a look at www.mystepstosobriety.com to see which other books and projects I am involved in! 
And follow me on Instagram, Podcast, Facebook and Linkedin!https://www.instagram.com/adifferentlifestoryhttps://stephanneff.podbean.com/https://www.facebook.com/adifferentlifestoryhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/stephan-neff-author/

In Yumay's words: I was severely abused by sadistic parents - overt dad and covert mom, and emigrated to the US at age 20 with nothing and no one. I learned how to heal myself and build a life:1. MS in CS from Stanford at age 21. Paid for school by being a CS TA despite English being my second language. 2. Financially free in my early 30s. 3. Ran/Running global sales teams for Microsoft and Google.4. Built and sold a striving race business with over 20k racers.5. I was a pretty good athlete myself at one point in my life :) -  adventure races, 50 mile runs, podium placing bike racer across MTB, cyclocross, road race, and track race.6. What I am most proud of is that I have great relationships with my siblings, my friends, my husband and my cat. Not easy since I had to learn how to have good relationships from scratch!
7. Currently also hosting Life Is Love School to help survivors understand they have the power to heal themselves.
For Yumay the following topics are of biggest importance:1. Not understanding the impact their childhood has on their life today, especially when it comes to intimate relationships. 2. Not realizing that they can heal themselves, but insisting that justice requires their abusers to apologize and fix what they’ve broken. 
3. Not making progress because they don’t know how to go about healing themselves.
https://linktr.ee/lifeisloveschool
Everything I offer is free - blog, podcast, newsletter, FB support group for survivors, and workshop
 
If you want learn more about living a fantastic life after alcohol, check out my book!https://www.amazon.com/My-Steps-Sobri...
Wait, there is more!!! Have a look at www.mystepstosobriety.com to see which other books and projects I am involved in! 
And follow me on Instagram, Podcast, Facebook and Linkedin!https://www.instagram.com/adifferentlifestoryhttps://stephanneff.podbean.com/https://www.facebook.com/adifferentlifestoryhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/stephan-neff-author/

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