WHAT DO PEOPLE SAY ABOUT KAITLIN ANN TREPANIER`S EDUCATIONAL MOTIVATIONAL TALKS

1. “Motivated and educated. Good direct speaker. Energetic, reasonable, and realistic.”

2. “Great speaker. Good listener as well.”

3. “I believe many many should take this course. The speaker (Kaitlin) was fluent in what she was saying. You taught me something new and I am grateful that you were here and shared your story. THANK YOU!!!”

4. “Gave me extra motivation. Actually made me look at my insides. Would have liked the talk to go longer.”

5. “Taught me to respect myself, take some time out and eat well. Motivated me and gave me more hope to succeed and makes me wish my friend was here to listen. Thank you. Your talks hit home!”

6. “It has reinforced that I have some personal issues to resolve NOW or I will repeat the same mistakes. I needed to hear this especially now. Thank you!”

Quoted from Chapter 19 “Stronger” of BROKEN COMPASS HOW TO SAVE A LIFE. Ebook available online. Print orders now being accepted.

Kaitlin Ann Trepanier, Human Rights Activist, Author, Poet, Playwright, and Speaker. Available books, Connecting The Dots With The Respect Principle and Broken Compass How To Save A Life, with the untitled sequel now a work-in-process.

WHAT DOES EDUCATIONAL MOTIVATIONAL SPEAKER, KAITLIN ANN TREPANIER, TALK ABOUT

Why and how the world will be a much better place for each and all people when we choose to override the long-term notion that a few people get to decide who is worthy of being valued … respected based on her thesis and book, Connecting The Dots With The Respect Principle.

Kaitlin Ann Trepanier, Human Rights Activist, Author, Poet, Playwright, and Speaker. Available books, Connecting The Dots With The Respect Principle and Broken Compass How To Save A Life, with the untitled sequel now a work-in-process.

PROLOGUE

“The error made in judging others is we seldom know the root cause of someone’s difficulties and their subsequent behaviours we condemn. In fact, we often accept the lie that if someone is legally old enough to know better they will do better. The reality often is their personality type and their experiences shaped them to be that way and enough healing has not happened yet for them to know and do better.”

Quoted from printed version of BROKEN COMPASS HOW TO SAVE A LIFE, page 7

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Kaitlin Ann Trepanier, Human Rights Activist, Author, Poet, Playwright, and Speaker. Available books, Connecting The Dots With The Respect Principle and Broken Compass How To Save A Life, with the untitled sequel now a work-in-process.

“LOVE is a DECISION … Displayed by how we treat people, not just how we feel about them.”

“Love is a decision … displayed by how we treat people, not just how we feel about them.”

Joyce Meyer quote from “The Battlefield of the Mind” amplified Bible, page 1671, inspired by 1 Corinthians.

Kaitlin Ann Trepanier, Human Rights Activist, Author, Poet, Playwright, and Speaker. Available books, Connecting The Dots With The Respect Principle and Broken Compass How To Save A Life, with the untitled sequel now a work-in-process

OPPRESS

synonyms for oppress

See also synonyms for: oppressed / oppressing / oppressor

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WORDS RELATED TO OPPRESS

abuse

verbattack with words

afflict

verbcause or become hurt

afflicts

verbcause or become hurt

aggrieve

verbwrong

boss around

verbbully

bossed around

verbbully

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Bleeding Hearts

People often say I wear my heart on my sleeve or have a bleeding heart, but the reason is simple … my heart has been bleeding for myself and others in need and pain ever since I can remember. Thankfully, I now know the best way to help them … by sharing what helps me to keep my heart open to help others and take care of my own heart too.

Kaitlin Ann Trepanier, Human Rights Activist, Author, Poet, Playwright, and Speaker. Available books, Connecting The Dots With The Respect Principle and Broken Compass How To Save A Life, with the untitled sequel now a work-in-process.

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Do you know someone or are you one of those people labelled negatively by family or peers or community? Or have you lost someone due to depression or addictions? Or are you a person struggling to pull yourself out of a state of mind threatening your actual existence? After years of searching for answers and for healing in order to move forward with the life right for her, Kaitlin shares her story.

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Kaitlin Ann Trepanier, Human Rights Activist, Author, Poet, Playwright, and Speaker. Available books, Connecting The Dots With The Respect Principle and Broken Compass How To Save A Life

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