Habits for Healing

Habits for Healing

Reclaim Your Purpose, Peace, and Power

About the Book

Heal your past, start fresh, and create a life that honors the truth of who you are today. A leading well-being educator empowers you to turn concepts like boundaries and self-care into practical rituals with the power to transform your life.

“A powerful roadmap to help you break free of outdated patterns.”—Mel Robbins, New York Times bestselling author, host of The Mel Robbins Podcast

“Gives you the tools to realize that you are truly worthy of building habits for healing.”—Jamie Kern Lima, New York Times bestselling author of Worthy, founder of IT Cosmetics

As a former counselor and social worker, Nakeia Homer has helped thousands of people see that the journey from surviving to thriving begins with your habits.

In Habits for Healing, Nakeia Homer sheds light on simple, powerful acts that move us toward healing and help us to escape patterns of burnout, toxic relationships, and emotional exhaustion. Drawing on her work guiding others and her own experience of healing from a traumatic childhood, she helps readers find healing in their everyday rhythms. For example:

• A drive home from work can become an opportunity for self-care
• Keeping a daily to-do list is a surprising way to ease into acceptance
• The practice of becoming curious about others’ motivations frees us from taking their words personally

Through soul-stirring storytelling, life-affirming advice, and prompts for reflection, Nakeia Homer holds space for readers to feel what they feel, uncover the source of their difficulties, and live in their true power. Written with warmth and deep insight, Habits for Healing is the next inspiring step on your mental health journey.
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Praise for Habits for Healing

“With the right habits in place, you have the power to take control of your life. My friend Nakeia Homer has created a powerful roadmap to help you break free of outdated patterns, and you won’t believe how much these simple and surprising rituals will change your life.”New York Times bestselling author Mel Robbins, host of The Mel Robbins Podcast

“Empowering and transformative! . . . Nakeia Homer and her beautiful, powerful book Habits for Healing will not only help you trust yourself, love yourself, and heal your life, but also give you the tools to realize that you are truly worthy of building habits for healing.”—Jamie Kern Lima, New York Times bestselling author of Worthy and founder of IT Cosmetics

“A beautiful guide for intentional healing . . . We all need this book in our emotional toolboxes.”—Alexandra Elle, New York Times bestselling author of How We Heal

“Healing has never felt so empowering, actionable, or attainable. Did I feel personally called out in several chapters? I did. Was it exactly what I needed to get unstuck? It was.”—Melissa Urban, New York Times bestselling author of The Book of Boundaries

Habits for Healing is a timely and much needed roadmap for anyone who needs to eliminate old habits that trigger pervasive feelings of emptiness and burnout—feelings that detract from a joyful life. Filled with inspiring narrative, powerful strategies, and skill-building tools, this book sheds light on the impact of ‘surviving’ life so the reader can uncover their true purpose, access peace, and claim power that is readily within reach.”—Rheeda Walker, PhD, author of The Unapologetic Guide to Black Mental Health
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About the Author

Nakeia Homer
Nakeia Homer is a well-being educator and a self-healing guide. Through programs, speaking, workshop facilitation, and corporate wellness consulting, she helps people sustain their well-being, operate in their brilliance, and show up in their lives and work as the best versions of themselves. She is the author of I Hope This Helps and All the Right Pieces and the founder of Heal and Grow Daily, a self-healing community and membership program. A sought-after wellness and well-being expert and a trauma-informed educator, Nakeia Homer is a member of the executive education faculty at the David Eccles School of Business, University of Utah. More by Nakeia Homer
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