Iram Gilani’s upbringing is all but conventional—it strays far from the typical “American Dream” story. In her newest work, coming soon, a gripping and heartfelt memoir and self-help book, Iram unravels some of her deepest childhood wounds and most traumatic familial roots. Her raw retelling of growing up as a Pakistani-American, straddling the patriarchal dominance of her past and the unwritten freedom of the future, is both throttling and inspiring and is a necessary story for anyone following a similar path.
In her upcoming book, Iram walks readers through early abuse, fractured family ties, and a myriad of unforeseen obstacles: her brother’s abuse, molestation, deceit, physical disfigurement, PTSD, mental illness, and the struggle for identity, freedom, and peace in the face of strife. Throughout all her trials and tribulations, Iram remains committed to her goals, even despite the setbacks—overcoming a life unmoored by any real sense of security or safety. Above all, her life underscores the need for deep healing and resilience and the power of tapping into compassion and love in the face of fear and uncertainty.
Deeply resonant and touchingly real, Book Title Pending is the perfect blend of memoir and self-help—a crucial resource for anyone looking to achieve their highest potential, find community, and build strength. With harrowing flashbacks and searing personal accounts of mistreatment, Iram’s upcoming book will humble you, inspire you, and push you to grow. Using Iram’s strength as inspiration, and her ability to find the silver lining in almost everything, is the touchingly earnest and authentic book that every reader needs.
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