"Healing your past to unlock your future."

What happens after you go public about your past?

Do you let it swallow you whole or use the opportunity to really let the healing begin?

In Make Today Count Jessie Shedden faces up to the fact she has PTSD and sets about unpacking her traumas. 

From healing her sexual shame and discovering her money blocks to learning from other ex-cult members and domestic abuse survivors.

There’s something for every woman who yearns for a better future, your next inspirational read.

Right here. Right now.

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"Healing your past to unlock your future."

What happens after you go public about your past?

Do you let it swallow you whole or use the opportunity to really let the healing begin?

In Make Today Count Jessie Shedden faces up to the fact she has PTSD and sets about unpacking her traumas. 

From healing her sexual shame and discovering her money blocks to learning from other ex-cult members and domestic abuse survivors.

There’s something for every woman who yearns for a better future, your next inspirational read.

Right here. Right now.

Jessie Shedden is a  chicken-loving, cult-escaping badass, and storytelling coach for Bestselling Authors.

She is Amazon #1 Best Selling Author of Tomorrow's Not Promised and the Fluffybutt Love series.

She helps women to discover themselves and take back their power through writing their memoirs.

Despite growing up in a strict religious cult, and dealing with traumas such as emotional abuse, coercive control and bullying, Jessie always knew that there was a life meant for her that was truer than the one she was living.

But in order to have it, she’d have to forge it herself. She’d have to create on the outside what she was imagining on the inside and that only she could create it and it would to do so she’d need to go all-in with her investment in herself.

Jessie wrote her memoir Tomorrow’s Not Promised less than 3 years after escaping her old life, and details how she fled in panic after her escape plan was foiled and went on to create a life on her own terms of self-respect, justice and authenticity.