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Healing Words is an uplifting poetry collection of raw emotions and thoughtful pieces about loss, loneliness, heartbreak, healing, hope, and love. Because everyone sometimes finds themselves within the abyss of feeling alone, heartbroken, or depressed, we all need healing words to pull us out, to give us hope and inspiration, and to bring back the courage to love again. G Healing Words is an uplifting poetry collection of raw emotions and thoughtful pieces about loss, loneliness, heartbreak, healing, hope, and love. Because everyone sometimes finds themselves within the abyss of feeling alone, heartbroken, or depressed, we all need healing words to pull us out, to give us hope and inspiration, and to bring back the courage to love again. Gather strength from these empowering poems and allow yourself to rise again. One day, you will remind yourself, “I am healed. I am whole. I am worthy of love.”


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Healing Words is an uplifting poetry collection of raw emotions and thoughtful pieces about loss, loneliness, heartbreak, healing, hope, and love. Because everyone sometimes finds themselves within the abyss of feeling alone, heartbroken, or depressed, we all need healing words to pull us out, to give us hope and inspiration, and to bring back the courage to love again. G Healing Words is an uplifting poetry collection of raw emotions and thoughtful pieces about loss, loneliness, heartbreak, healing, hope, and love. Because everyone sometimes finds themselves within the abyss of feeling alone, heartbroken, or depressed, we all need healing words to pull us out, to give us hope and inspiration, and to bring back the courage to love again. Gather strength from these empowering poems and allow yourself to rise again. One day, you will remind yourself, “I am healed. I am whole. I am worthy of love.”

30 review for Healing Words: A Poetry Collection For Broken Hearts

  1. 5 out of 5

    Shannah

    Ugh My first impression: this reads like a bad self help book written in verse. My second impression: this author must be very young. Maybe 20, 21. My third impression: this person needs some serious soul searching. All of these poems are about how she will be complete when she finds her “soulmate” and he heals all of her pain. Bitch, life doesn’t work like that. You do the hard work and learn to love yourself first, with all your flaws, exactly the way you are and fuck anybody who doesn’t see how Ugh My first impression: this reads like a bad self help book written in verse. My second impression: this author must be very young. Maybe 20, 21. My third impression: this person needs some serious soul searching. All of these poems are about how she will be complete when she finds her “soulmate” and he heals all of her pain. Bitch, life doesn’t work like that. You do the hard work and learn to love yourself first, with all your flaws, exactly the way you are and fuck anybody who doesn’t see how amazing you are. Some fantasy partner can’t do that for you.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Penny Landon

    Do you know those posts that your mother/aunt/grandmother always shares on Facebook? You know the ones. It's always a picture they've shared from some bleak corner of Facebook's already bleak corner of the internet where there is an inspirational quote imposed over a colorful or flowery background. They remind you that "You are enough" and "If you get knocked down, you can get back up again" like they've attended the Chumbawamba school of inspirational messages and skipped the lesson on rhythm. Do you know those posts that your mother/aunt/grandmother always shares on Facebook? You know the ones. It's always a picture they've shared from some bleak corner of Facebook's already bleak corner of the internet where there is an inspirational quote imposed over a colorful or flowery background. They remind you that "You are enough" and "If you get knocked down, you can get back up again" like they've attended the Chumbawamba school of inspirational messages and skipped the lesson on rhythm. Have you ever wondered what would happen if those posts were strung together into a very loose definition of verse? I might have just the poetry collection for you.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Cara

    There were a few poems that were really good, but it felt like the majority of them focused on the sadness of loneliness or that one day you’ll find romantic love and that will heal you. As someone who has been through a recent heartbreak, the idea that my soulmate will find me isn’t what helped me heal. It was my friends, my family and most importantly myself. I wonder if I would’ve related more to this book if I was younger and going through my first heartbreak, but at this point in my life, t There were a few poems that were really good, but it felt like the majority of them focused on the sadness of loneliness or that one day you’ll find romantic love and that will heal you. As someone who has been through a recent heartbreak, the idea that my soulmate will find me isn’t what helped me heal. It was my friends, my family and most importantly myself. I wonder if I would’ve related more to this book if I was younger and going through my first heartbreak, but at this point in my life, the idea of finding a soulmate is not what completes me.

  4. 5 out of 5

    kat ࿐ྂ ༉‧₊˚✧

    The person who wrote that book doesn’t have any idea of life or heartbreak. I have no idea how old the author is but they’re probably really young. This is basically just the author saying that they will finally be happy when they gets their soulmate oh god I think I lost some braincells reading that. This is no hate to the author tho, at least they tried I guess.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Kate Peckham

    I only gave this book two stars because it had one stanza I like: “Your past is a dead city Stop letting It’s ruins haunt you.” The rest of this book of poetry reads like it was written by a 15 year old who just broke up with her first boyfriend. Cloying and clumsy. No thanks.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Sophie

    I really wanted to like this book, but the only and I mean only poem I liked was “your past is a dead city” all the other ones I really disliked

  7. 4 out of 5

    Angela

    Trashes solitude and avoidant of emotional processing I wouldn’t recommend this at all for anyone who likes solitude, or anybody who wants to process their emotions. Any sort of painful emotions are told to be avoided. I wouldn’t call this poetry either, although I’m a bit of a snob there because I like Tennyson, Shelley, definitely not big on Byron (who supposedly had incestuous affairs with his sister)

  8. 5 out of 5

    Khushboo

    The only reason I'm giving this book two stars instead of one is because of the very few stanzas that I actually liked. The rest of the book felt like words without substance, like self-help guides that don't know what they're talking about or like inspirational quotes that do not inspire at all. The poems did not arouse any sense of emotions within me which is rare in itself. I love reading poems. I love poems about being broken and still finding ways to heal oneself. But this book did not have The only reason I'm giving this book two stars instead of one is because of the very few stanzas that I actually liked. The rest of the book felt like words without substance, like self-help guides that don't know what they're talking about or like inspirational quotes that do not inspire at all. The poems did not arouse any sense of emotions within me which is rare in itself. I love reading poems. I love poems about being broken and still finding ways to heal oneself. But this book did not have the relatability most of the other poems have. I could not relate at all. The author kept repeating the words "Plant healing words in the parts of your heart which are broken" which got annoying very soon. Darkness and light aren't alternate forces of the world. They coexist. They balance each other. Just because you have been drowned in darkness does not mean you are heading for a future where you will only have light. Sorry if it sounds hopeless but that is the truth. Life isn't a dream, it's a reality. And often, our realities aren't as beautiful as we want them to be. And that is exactly why we need our dreams. So that we can love our imperfect lives and our imperfect selves. The author here does not seem to understand a few things. Maybe they are young or inexperienced in expressing their thoughts as poetry. First of all, just because you have a garden of light and love in your heart does not mean the cracks would go away. There will still be nights when you will be alone, aching and in need of someone who will understand. And second, no soulmate is going to heal you just because they love you. Healing is a process a person has to go through by themselves. No one else can do it for them. Sorry.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Briana Washington

    "Loneliness is akin to selfishness"..... ....there were quite a few poems scattered through here that I was able to appreciate but this particular statement felt like a resounding theme in this collection about loneliness and heartbreak. Personally I've been lonely a lot in my life and I also messed myself up a lot for a very long time feeling like the only meaning my life could have, the only way I could ever be happy was to always, always be helping and rescuing others. I don't regret wanting t "Loneliness is akin to selfishness"..... ....there were quite a few poems scattered through here that I was able to appreciate but this particular statement felt like a resounding theme in this collection about loneliness and heartbreak. Personally I've been lonely a lot in my life and I also messed myself up a lot for a very long time feeling like the only meaning my life could have, the only way I could ever be happy was to always, always be helping and rescuing others. I don't regret wanting to help people and do good in the world. I still do but that particular mentality has done no favors to my mental health or self esteem. There's nothing selfish about depression or loneliness or grief or heartbreak.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Britanny 🌷

    This was actually gifted to me for Secret Santa at my work so I feel bad for not enjoying it. I just didn't really connect to it as much as I was hoping to, but to be honest I kind of already knew I wouldn't. I also feel bad for giving low reviews on poetry books because the authors probably poured out their hearts into the book just to have someone like me say it wasn't any good. This book would probably be better for other people, so I'll just donate it in the hopes that someone else will read This was actually gifted to me for Secret Santa at my work so I feel bad for not enjoying it. I just didn't really connect to it as much as I was hoping to, but to be honest I kind of already knew I wouldn't. I also feel bad for giving low reviews on poetry books because the authors probably poured out their hearts into the book just to have someone like me say it wasn't any good. This book would probably be better for other people, so I'll just donate it in the hopes that someone else will read it and like it more than I did. In conclusion, this poetry book just wasn't for me :)

  11. 5 out of 5

    Donald Grant

    Poetry with a message... These poems are written to heal, inspire and encourage anyone who as been hurt, suffered loss, feel unloved, or alone in their emotions. The author reveals her own struggles by opening her heart with words that can come only from one who has experienced all of the above. Anyone who is need of healing, inspiration, or assurance they are not alone will find a kindred spirit in these pages. For me, a true poet is one who is not afraid to expose themselves in their writing, A Poetry with a message... These poems are written to heal, inspire and encourage anyone who as been hurt, suffered loss, feel unloved, or alone in their emotions. The author reveals her own struggles by opening her heart with words that can come only from one who has experienced all of the above. Anyone who is need of healing, inspiration, or assurance they are not alone will find a kindred spirit in these pages. For me, a true poet is one who is not afraid to expose themselves in their writing, Alexandra Vasiliu therefore is a true poet. I give this one five stars.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Carolyn Vasquez

    Good read, but not the best poetries I’ve read. Many of Alexandra’s poems strongly resonated with me. “Nothing Wrong” my favorite. Sometimes we need to stop questioning ourselves and assume we are the problem. There are people who will never respect, value or see your worth. They will never appreciate “all the rivers of love you give them” and “the immeasurable value of your pure heart”. True reality.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Liv Sweetnam

    This book of poetry was a bit angsty for me. I appreciate the themes of resiliency and hope, but the lense through which hope was viewed in the writing seemed patriarchal. Most of the poems seemed to convey hope as someone lost waiting to for a knight in shining armor to come heal her heart. I did genuinely like A Dead City, Hope Is Like A Rope, and Healing Words.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Erin Martin

    This book wasn’t for me at all but I would actually have it in my classroom when I start teaching again—middle school or high school. These were poems about love and loneliness and some of them were nice and comforting, but some of them showed that the only way you can be happy is if you find your soulmate. No...not at all how life works.

  15. 5 out of 5

    mike phillips

    Her poems are a band-aid to your Soul. I work with New Decision Therapy, added one of her poems as an ending to my clients therapy sessions. All my clients buy Alexandra's book the same day! Her poems are a band-aid to your Soul. I work with New Decision Therapy, added one of her poems as an ending to my clients therapy sessions. All my clients buy Alexandra's book the same day!

  16. 4 out of 5

    brenda

    i thought the title of the book was interesting because i really needed some healing words atm but now that a finished this, i feel like i have to read another healing book to get myself together after this disaster lol

  17. 4 out of 5

    Carnell Griffin

    There are some gems here and there with this collection. However, the author seems to linger on loneliness for quite some time in the middle of this collection.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Veronica

    I loved this book, healing through love is the best way. The poems are so deep, so true and yet so simple. I feel it's a book you can have at home and read on those sad or difficult days. I loved this book, healing through love is the best way. The poems are so deep, so true and yet so simple. I feel it's a book you can have at home and read on those sad or difficult days.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Mary Bryant

    Healing Words is an easy read. I believe this would be a good gift for a heart-broken teen, as the poems are short and inspirational for a grieving soul.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Katelyn Chevalier

    Beautiful poetry. The writer delivered seamless flow throughout the book and I found the poems to resonate with me.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Becky Jo

    This book! These poems are like the voice I wish I had in my teens and 20’s. I will be keeping this on my bookshelf for when my girls are a bit older. Loved it!

  22. 4 out of 5

    hipster lemon

    But remember that despite what you go through in life, you will always be worthy of true love.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Rikke

    Loneliness and don’t run away. Run away but face loneliness. you are loved. Loneliness and run run run... The end

  24. 5 out of 5

    Ron

    This is a short collection of poems that I would describe as in the positive thinking/self-help genre.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Verm

    I ended up only skimming this book. I just couldn’t get into the poems. However, I didn’t give it a rating because I think there are people that would love it.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Sandra Witt

    Ok but not that beneficial

  27. 4 out of 5

    Lyvia

    hurt a little. Gave me hope.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Sue Wood

    Inspirational poetry A wonderful collection of inspiring poems. Each poem can relate to some part of your life both past and present. Beautifully written

  29. 4 out of 5

    Briana Castillon

    Easy to read, love the images, made me cry, made me happy. Definitely helped me heal, only gets better and better.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Sean Archer

    Outstanding poetry book, worth reading again in the future.

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