All This Healing is Killing Me
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Dr. Gabrielle Pelicci

In this deeply personal and vulnerable account, Gabrielle reveals how childhood trauma impacts our physical and mental health — as well as our adult relationships. She explores how you are only as sick as your secrets and telling your story is the medicine that can save your life. All This Healing is Killing Me is a brave narrative that reckons with the hold of the past over the present, the mind over the body and celebrates one woman’s ability to write herself a happy ending.

Praise for All This Healing Is Killing Me

“I tried to read this book slowly, but I had to force myself to put it down. It is such a heartfelt and compelling memoir. Gabrielle gives an open and honest account of what her healing journey has been and continues to be. I am amazed at her courage and willingness to change and grow at every stage.  This is a must read for anyone on a journey of self-discovery and transformation.”
~ Allison Post, author of The Gut Wellness Guide

“All this Healing is Killing Me shows us how the path to healing and enlightenment can be tortuous, hard work. Most importantly, we see that, when it comes to emotional pain, we can run, but we can’t hide. Not all of us have the courage to stop, turn, and face our pain head on. Thank goodness Gabrielle is a fighter—and a writer—with the courage to do just that.”
~ Nicholas Garnett, author of In the Pink: A Memoir

“A powerful cautionary tale–part memoir, part spiritual journey–All This Healing is Killing Me gives the reader a front-row seat to what it really takes to be a “spiritual warrior.” There are no easy answers, no sudden enlightenment—just the “boots on the ground” hard work of becoming whole. This is a must-read for anyone who is serious about healing—and serious about embarking on a spiritual path.”
~ Maia Danziger, author of Relax & Write

“All This Healing is Killing Me is both an exposé and tribute to anyone who had to climb up hill, down hill, around the hill, and through the center of the damn hill in order to heal back to ourselves after life tried to bury us alive. You won’t be able to stop turning the pages and staring at the strength of the human spirit that lives in the author, Gabby Pelicci. This book is not only a gift, divinely intersected with you for your healing path, but is an anthem for you to keep going.”
~ Stacey Robbins, author of “God Loves Me, I Think… Stories from Hell, Heaven, and the Other Side of Texas”