Today I am one of the stops on the Transition blog tour…
An autobiography of Jo’s life from the trauma and unpredictability of living in an alcoholic home, through self-development transformation to the more content, happy and successful business woman she is today.
Jo shares her many insights into alcoholism and the effects on the family. An honest and brutal account of Jo’s experience with her father’s addiction to alcohol, she shares the highs and lows of life with an absent father and busy mother.
After life hit an all-time low in adulthood she decided to turn her life around and start a journey of self-discovery. Jo transformed herself through therapy, self-help books, groups, events and more which she shares in the book.
If you have experienced the challenges of living with someone’s drinking, then you’ll relate to Jo’s experience and feel the connection with her story.
If you are interested in an inspirational and motivational story, then you won’t be disappointed. Within the book, Jo shares several techniques you’ll be able to learn and use in your life if you really want the change you seek.
Jo Huey is an inspirational & motivational speaker, coach and author.
Jo gets up every morning wanting to help those with experiences like hers, those affected by someone’s drinking. She connects the dots to form a new picture using practical tools & techniques with the aim that they would genuinely feel better about themselves and live a calmer and chaos free life.
Living with an alcoholic parent: the book which reveals all the secrets to overcoming your anxious mind through self-discovery
It’s reported over 3 million children live with an alcoholic parent in the UK (NACOA) Of that figure 24.5% end up suffering with mental health problems either as a child or later into their adult life as problems go undetected in the early stages of suffering or when the victim feels like they have no one to turn too.
To help sufferers come to terms with what they have gone through, passionate writer and personal sufferer Jo Huey, aged 41, has written a book about her life with her alcoholic father.
The book named ‘Transition: one woman’s journey from trauma to triumph’ offers help and support for those who find it difficult to reach out or for those who are struggling to find the right kind of support.
Jo says, “supporting others with a similar story will hopefully limit the number of children and adults needing to seek mental health help from the NHS”.
Jo also expresses her passion for wanting to create a support community for sufferers – making people realise they aren’t alone and they can reach out to others who have experienced similar.
Jo also says, “living in an alcoholic home for the best part of my life until my father kicked me out at 16 years old left me experiencing PTSD, anxiety and other mental health issues into my adult life”.
Her father’s alcoholism and dangerous home life shaped her childhood, family dynamics and other relationships, which is expressed in her honest and brutal account.
She aims to allow others to gain an insight into the impact of living with an alcoholic, and allow others to connect with how she managed to change her life through coping mechanisms and a great support network.
Jo’s book is now available to purchase online on Amazon here for £10.99 and on Kindle for £6.49.
Jo offers a wider range of online inspirational advice and support from blog posts, videos, workshop dates and much more via her website http://www.johuey.co.uk, newsletters and her Facebook page. Email Jo at email@example.com to find out how to receive more advice and support.
To find out more about the book then check out the schedule below to see the other stops.
Jo is an inspirational speaker, coach and author. She is also an adult child of an alcoholic and shares her personal story of living with an alcoholic father for 16 years and how that has impacted her adult life.
Jo is brutally honest about her experience, explaining how she coped as a child in an alcoholic home and the self-development journey she took in her twenties to overcome the trauma.
If you’ve experienced the impact of living with a heavy drinker, someone’s addiction or mental health problem you’ll relate to Jo’s story. For those of you that haven’t experienced what an alcoholic home brings it will give you an insight into the damage it causes to the family.
Jo shares her story for two reasons, the first is to connect with those that have been affected so they know they aren’t alone and the second to educate and inform others about this very hidden problem.