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Stellas Open Road Trip

SHARING A JOURNEY FROM RECOVER TO DISCOVERY

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Kiki

“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.”

Mrsbee

“This is an absolutely fabulous journal. Well it’s not just my journal it’s my everyday essential and go to. As well as writing in my daily thoughts. I use this for lists and day to days tasks.  I also find this helps me with my current goals as the content is extremely motivational."

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Stella’s open road trip isn’t just my journey-it is a journey of other women who have experienced trauma through domestic abuse.

We are all on a journey together and we are going to stop at various stops because we need to go and explore our own paths. And we meet again to share what has helped us and by sharing this knowledge we are supporting each other. Also gaining insight into ourselves, how far we have come and also it may shine some light on areas we may want to explore in our continuing journey of our own self.

My vision of this if I were to draw you a picture of it-it would be a bus with the name Stella’s open road trip across the front of it. The bus would pull up and you get on and off when you choose to and you keep getting on and off. The journey is yours to take, are you ready to start your journey?

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    Stella’s autobiography “The Right To Be Me” was published in 2017 sharing her experience of the difficulties she encountered after her escape of 18 years of domestic abuse.

    Stella shares her lived experience of economic abuse speaking on the radio and at local support groups. At the charity launch of Surviving Economic Abuse, Stella was invited as guest speaker and spoke of the devastating impact of economic abuse at Westminster London attended by Victoria Atkins Parliamentary Under- Secretary of State for Safeguarding.

    Stella created and hosted her own event in Hull. Sort it with Stella and friends-where a variety of speakers focusing on mental and physical wellbeing shared useful tips to help women impacted by trauma from domestic abuse.

    During the lockdown Stella has provided a online workshop for the Sheffield based Charity Mums In Need- supporting mums experienced coercive control.

    To work with me- speak at your event, local support group, workshop, radio and magazine interviews. Stock my books in your bookstore or cafe.

    Contact me...

    About

    Stella’s open road trip isn’t just my journey-it is a journey of other women who have experienced trauma through domestic abuse.

    We are all on a journey together and we are going to stop at various stops because we need to go and explore our own paths. And we meet again to share what has helped us and by sharing this knowledge we are supporting each other. Also gaining insight into ourselves, how far we have come and also it may shine some light on areas we may want to explore in our continuing journey of our own self.

    My vision of this if I were to draw you a picture of it-it would be a bus with the name Stella’s open road trip across the front of it. The bus would pull up and you get on and off when you choose to and you keep getting on and off. The journey is yours to take, are you ready to start your journey?

    Contact Me

      Work With Me

      Stella’s autobiography “The Right To Be Me” was published in 2017 sharing her experience of the difficulties she encountered after her escape of 18 years of domestic abuse.

      Stella shares her lived experience of economic abuse speaking on the radio and at local support groups. At the charity launch of Surviving Economic Abuse, Stella was invited as guest speaker and spoke of the devastating impact of economic abuse at Westminster London attended by Victoria Atkins Parliamentary Under- Secretary of State for Safeguarding.

      Stella created and hosted her own event in Hull. Sort it with Stella and friends-where a variety of speakers focusing on mental and physical wellbeing shared useful tips to help women impacted by trauma from domestic abuse.

      During the lockdown Stella has provided a online workshop for the Sheffield based Charity Mums In Need- supporting mums experienced coercive control.

      To work with me- speak at your event, local support group, workshop, radio and magazine interviews. Stock my books in your bookstore or cafe.

      Contact me...