What Would You Do If You Weren’t Afraid?, a self-development book which draws on her Jewish journey. For her, religion has been a saviour. ‘On the outside I had so much to celebrate – a great job, a wonderful family – but inside I was in a very dark place.
I’d had 15 years of therapy and looked everywhere for help, apart from my own heritage. It took until the age of 38 to realise that there’s so much wisdom about how to live a meaningful life within Judaism and principles to help heal the heart.’Michal started life in a Jewish but non-religious family: ‘I saw religion as rules and regulations: what you can or can’t eat, what you can or can’t wear.Read more on telegraph.co.uk