“Together we inspire, empower and we grow”
– Stella Eden
Virtual afternoon tea at the Sofa
Every Friday 3pm-3:40pm GMT via zoom.
“ Thank you for a really interesting tea break ! You are making a lovely safe space, Stella. If you have escaped an abusive relationship and fancy some company, virtual afternoon tea at the sofa is a good place.” – Sue Penna, Rock Pool Life
“ You owe it to yourself to have the life you were always intended to have”Stella Eden
Stella’s open road journal
by Stella Eden
This journal is funky, colourful and totally interactive. You can write on the pictures-your ideas, what you need to do, planning adventures, making to do lists and absolutely anything else you may want to write, draw and stick in. Be as creative as you want to.
In the centre of the journal you will find your own mountain waiting for you to climb,which will help you plot your progress along your amazing journal journey. And with each step you take you are getting closer to your goal. There are positive quotes and pictures to help and inspire you.
Thank you for joining Stella’s open road trip.
Buy now £12.99 + £2.99 postage via PayPal (paperback)
The Right To Be Me
by Stella Eden
Buy now £7.99 + £2.99 postage via PayPal (paperback)
Buy now £8.99 (signed copy) via PayPal (paperback)
Stella’s life didn’t get off to a great start but that doesn’t mean it has to stay that way. After 18 years of emotional, psychological, physical and economic abuse she found the courage to leave – her autobiography was published in 2017.
Here is a review for ‘The Right to be Me’ from Amazon
“Wow. Stella Eden is one strong, inspiring and totally amazing lady. To still be standing after everything she has been through…let alone writing a book about that journey is just beyond remarkable. This is not an easy read, but I couldn’t put it down. Working within domestic abuse, I hear “Well why did she stay?” a lot. Anyone asking that question needs to read this book. Judges, barristers, police….you ALL NEED to read this book.”
Kiki (verified purchase through Amazon. Read here…)
This was taken when I was asked to speak at the launch of surviving economic abuse charity in Westminster London. I was asked to share my lived experience about the devastating impact of economic abuse and the challenges I faced.