Malakh Zebulun will be talking about her book, ‘No More Secrets’, giving the audience an insight into her journey through child abuse, domestic violence and finally to self-healing.
This talk will contain mature themes and is not suitable for people under the age of 18.
More information about Malakh Zebulun can be found at http://www.malakhzebulun.com/
In “No more Secrets” – Malakh introduces you explosively to a childhood filled with progressive acts of abuse in such a graphic way that you cannot help but feel that you are there, re-experiencing every bit of the agony she endured. Malakh is a living testimony to the words of Booker T. Washington, the African American educator who said the following, “The circumstances that surrounds a person is not important, what is important is how they respond to it”. Malakh has responded with great courage, climbing up from her many ordeals, one rung at a time, yes slipping from time to time also, but not being afraid to pick herself up, dust herself down and start again.
This book is a must read for young women experiencing adversity. It is also a must read for men (young and old alike) too. If we are going to truly flourish as a community or a society, we must teach our boys and girls, our men and women to treat each other with respect and equally important to learn to love and respect ourselves. Malakh has been on a long journey of self discovery and is now in a good space where love and respect abounds. The Rev Prebendary Rose Hudson-Wilkin Chaplain to the Speaker of the House (UK) Whilst Malakh dedicated her passions to the lives of those in need and developing her career and then her businesses, Malakh also had to confront her own battles and personal silent anguish with depressive and suicidal episodes triggered from her memories of her abusers and her experiences of long term negative and abusive relationships. Malakh realised at the age of 40 she had a personal responsibility to heal herself from the prison of her own fears, her emotions and memories and to create the same positive magnet she had worked so hard to help others find in their lives and bring this into her own life.