I would rate it more than 5 because it was as if the author was reading my mind, she was very practical and helpful in her writing and I would really recommend it for anyone dealing with childhood trauma as well. Thanks Eunice for taking your time to write this book, it was really enlightening and would help anyone heal from there childhood trauma. – Amazon Review
Triple Hood – The three P’s of Dealing with Childhood Trauma:
True stories and true solutions from a survivor of childhood
poverty, divorce and abuse
Have you ever been through trauma? When you think about your childhood, do instances of betrayal, hardships, and abuse come to mind? If you answer yes to any of these questions, Triple Hood is the book for you.
Eunice Oderinde outlines a raw, captivating, and relatable story of Bayonle in her book: Triple Hood. Follow Bayonle on her unique path filled with hardships, abuse, life-changing relationships, and ultimately healing. This book also includes other stories of individuals that not only capture the hearts of readers but inspire them also.
Eunice Oderinde is a survivor of childhood trauma, nurse clinician, mother of two young adults, wife, and educator. She brings her personal experience, unique perspective and expertise to Triple Hood by offering a possibility of hope and healing to victims of trauma.
Through Bayonle’s story, Eunice Oderinde presents the “Triple Hood’‘ of Prevention, Protection, and Preservation. The 3 P’s framework is filled with practical steps to healing and self-actualization. At the center of a promise of hope, is the God factor. For victims everywhere, Triple Hood affirms that you are not alone in your trauma. Through the power of storytelling and biblical teachings, Triple Hood promises that God is waiting and willing to bring solace and healing.
About the Author
Eunice Oderinde is a survivor of childhood trauma. She’s a nurse clinician with over 20 years of experience; at the time of this writing, she’s an enterostomal therapist educator, also known as a nurse specializing in wound, ostomy, and continence. She’s also a blogger. She blogs about faith, purpose, and hope.
As an educator, Eunice teaches her patients and their families the importance of being responsible for their health. She affirms health promotion and disease prevention should be taken seriously by everyone. Prevention is better and cheaper than any cure.
Eunice and her husband of over twenty years, Funso, have two children.
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