Burning Bridges raises awareness about needed actions for helping people in abusive relationships.
Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) October 06, 2011
After being abused by someone you love, would you be able to walk away?
Natalie Aday couldn’t.
In her new eye-opening book, Burning Bridges (published by AuthorHouse), Natalie Aday demonstrates the power and dangers of abuse.
Aday faced adversities her entire life from malformation in ears, divorce and giving up a child for adoption. However, life hit rock bottom in her relationship with Tomi.
What started out as true love, turned into an abusive whirlwind with Tomi. The relationship escalated into Tomi terrorizing Aday’s family and having complete control over her life, which only ended when Tomi died.
“It’s a sad thing when love turns into obsession and abuse,” says Aday. “Burning Bridges raises awareness about needed actions for helping people in abusive relationships.”
Burning Bridges brings awareness to domestic abuse in relationships, for both heterosexual and homosexual couples. The message of the book incorporates political, emotional and familial effects of domestic abuse.
“Abuse is not discriminatory, it can happen in all walks of life,” says Aday.
About the author:
Natalie Aday currently lives in Las Vegas with her Pom-Poo, Molly. She wrote Burning Bridges to have closure for her abusive relationship. She loves to write, sketch and listen to music. She is affiliated with the SGI Buddhist Community Center and All Shook Up in Vegas Elvis Club. She has two brothers, one sister, a daughter and two grandchildren.