"Too Much Love Is Not Enough" is a testament to the resilience of the human spirit and the power of confronting one's deepest wounds. Dr. Bakari's narrative transcends the boundaries of professional detachment, offering a rare and unvarnished glimpse into the struggles of a healer in need of healing herself. Her story is a beacon of hope for those who have lived in the shadow of their own pain, demonstrating that the path to wholeness lies in the courageous act of breaking the silence. Order your copy today and embark on a transformative voyage towards embracing your inner strength and finding solace in the power of vulnerability. Join Dr. Bakari as she unveils the secrets to breaking free from the silence that binds us and discovers the true essence of wholeness.
Dr. Rosenna Bakari is the founder of Talking Trees, Inc. an empowerment organization for adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse. She began living openly as a survivor in 2007 and founded Talking Trees in 2010 to support other survivors to break their silence.
Dr. Rosenna Bakari earned her Ph.D. in psychology from the University of Northern Colorado. She graduated from Cornell University in 1984 and earned her Master’s degree from SUNY at the age of 22. Dr. Bakari teaches for the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs in the Department of Counseling and Human Services. She has presented at professional conferences such as American Education Research Association, and the American Counseling Association Conference. She published her first book “Self-Love,” in 1994. Her latest book is “The Healing Journey: Relationship and Wellness Guide.”