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Praise for Finding Moksha: One Woman's Path in Uncertain Times

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“Eva's complicated relationship with her family is relatable and well-written, especially with her mother. The ambivalence she feels toward her parents rings true for children of addicted parents, and as she works her way through these feelings, the reader sympathizes with her and also grows with her. Well done!”— Judge, 29th Annual Writer’s Digest Self-Published Book Awards

"It was an easy read, and [the author's] wisdom with the subject - alcoholic parent, co-dependency and difficult relationships for some children of alcoholics, made it a must read." — Adrianne Kendall, New Zealand 

"I love the way the author tells the heart-breaking story of Eva's early life, and how her practice of yoga puts her on the path to healing. The story is realistically told without letting go of the prospect of hope. Eva has suffered a great deal but is willing to learn and grow. A beautiful story, beautifully told."

— Kathleen Heady, Author of Jewels in Time

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