This self-help book enables the reader to revisit childhood events where they feel they have failed or others have hurt them. They will get a new perspective on these events. Then, they will be able to change their behavior by adopting new feelings about what happened. When they finally accept the truth about their past, they will be free to live their real life.
Colm Casey’s life is on a downward spiral. The suicide of his son two years earlier still haunts him. He has lost all interest in his family and career. Much of his anxiety stems from his ethnic background and troubled childhood. When Casey stumbles across evidence linking the death of an elderly priest to an immigration advice group he is drawn into the murky world of people trafficking.