Angelique E. Constance Writes Memoir About How She Escaped 50 Years of Abuse

Surviving to Thriving: Woman Escapes Domestic Abuse and Becomes Professional Athlete

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Accountability and work ethic are fundamental to leading a fulfilling and amazing life. My story shows people how they can escape the vicious cycle of abuse and make themselves feel valued.

CALGARY, Canada (PRWEB) July 12, 2013

According to the Huffington Post, 25 percent of women will be victims of domestic violence in their lifetime. Angelique E. Constance is one of these women.

Constance is the author of the new book, "I Made it This Far", a memoir recounting the tragic experiences that occurred during the first half of her life. The memoir articulates how Constance was able to overcome abuse and transform herself into a renowned female bodybuilder.

“By sharing my horrors and triumphs, I hope to reach others currently facing trying times,” says Constance. I want them to know that it gets better.”

The memoir inspires both men and woman to take control of their lives and not let tragedy become an excuse for shortcomings. Constance believes that actions as well as response to adversity dictate an individual’s life path.

“Accountability and work ethic are fundamental to leading a fulfilling and amazing life,” says Constance. “My story shows people how they can escape the vicious cycle of abuse and make themselves feel valued.”

I Made it This Far is the journey of a professional athlete who has encountered unspeakable challenges. It highlights her drive to succeed and prosper in spite of difficult circumstances.
I Made it This Far

By Angelique E. Constance
ISBN: 978-1-4525-7200-0
E-book: $4.99
Hardcover: $20.48
Paperback: $11.25
Available at http://www.amazon.com and http://www.barnesandnoble.com.

About the author:
Angelique E. Constance has been a bodybuilder and fitness competitor for the past 30 years. She works as a life and health coach inspiring those who are struggling and hopes to become a positive and powerful voice for women’s rights.


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