The first step to stopping women from being “Beautiful but Broken” is through awareness.
Xenia, Ohio (PRWEB) October 04, 2012
Author Bobby Lampkin has experience writing about women’s issues relating to domestic violence and other oppressions, but decided the release of his book would mark a special occasion to uplift women everywhere. As part of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Lampkin is releasing his book “Beautiful but Broken”, which explores the brokenness experience by many women by no fault of their own.
Bobby Lampkin is a family man, who values women as a part of society that should be cherished and appreciated, instead of the frequent abuses, pain, and predispositions that many women in our nation face on a day-to-day basis. In order to help others understand the “Beautiful but Broken” amongst us, Lampkin has written the book which explains what brokenness entails and the many influences that can cause it, as well as the potential affects this may have.
Although domestic violence and abusive or toxic relationships are a hard subject to discuss, Lampkin eloquently tackles the toughest of topics in his book “Beautiful but Broken”. Though the brokenness that makes this type of book necessary is upsetting, the hopeful message that the book sends to women is part of what makes Domestic Violence Awareness Month so crucial to our culture.
The first step to stopping women from being “Beautiful but Broken” is through awareness. Much like the campaigns surrounding Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Bobby Lampkin knows that by helping even one person through their struggle, he has accomplished his goal. The hard work that went into publishing his book would be worth it to raise awareness and prevent future brokenness. For more information on the book “Beautiful but Broken” by Bobby Lampkin, or to purchase a copy, visit http://www.facebook.com/beautifulbutbrokenbook