The central theme throughout my book hinges on the fact that, ‘there is hope for the hopeless
Capitol Heights, MD (PRWEB) September 07, 2016
Dr. Robin Elliott’s new book, Living For The Weekend: A Woman’s Cry For Hope, ($16.99, paperback, 9781498481250; $8.99, e-book, 9781498481274) is filled with amazing strategies and alternative solutions, devised specifically for helping women unclutter their minds while living victoriously. This is a riveting true-life account – a remarkable journey – of a woman who suffered needlessly, at the hands of her enemies because she was unable to change her way of thinking. She could not get herself together to save her life. The problems she encountered ranged from emotional abuse to financial ruin and more. In spite of the despicable treatment from those she trusted, her unwavering relationship with the Lord gave her the guts to fight for survival, vowing to come out alive. Readers will identify with her external challenges as they discover how she overcame her trials, despite the tiresome toils she faced and the ridiculous ridicule that seemed impossible for her to erase.
Dr. Elliott’s extensive research, background, knowledge, and expertise in empowering individuals to live their best life against all odds, has been proven to be a huge success. Each chapter is aligned to everyday struggles that women face, but due to fear and apprehension they fail to overcome. She encourages readers to not throw up their hands in defeat but rather to think and react differently. This book will guide women into living a victorious life and beating the odds because they began to think differently. It’s a must have book for those suffering from co-dependency, educational and career setbacks, and chronic depression stemming from a broken heart and broken promises.
“The central theme throughout my book hinges on the fact that, ‘there is hope for the hopeless,’” states the author. “We can change our lives completely if we change the way that we think! Many women have been accustomed to thinking negatively of themselves for so long, that their minds automatically gravitate towards their failures and shortcomings, ultimately resulting in feelings of hopelessness and despair. These daunting emotions can last for a lifetime if nothing is ever done to steer their thought processes in another direction. The strategies used throughout my book were designed to do just that!”
Dr. Robin Elliott currently resides in the Washington, DC Metropolitan area. Her careers over twenty-five years have included administration, supervision, and leadership roles, in both private and public school districts, as well as various institutions of higher education. She is presently the CEO of Life Cares Enterprises, a non-profit organization, whose mission is to transform the lives of hurting women all over the world, so that they will no longer be victimized. She has dedicated her life to equipping women with the necessary tools for survival. Her exquisite words of wisdom as an electrifying motivational speaker, author, entrepreneur, and a world certified youth, parent and families’ coach have empowered women to “creep past the pain and leap into a glorious future.”
Dr. Elliott can be contacted at drrelliott(at)yahoo(dot)com for speaking engagements at conferences, national conventions, circle talks, book studies, workshops, or other special events. She is willing to travel all over the world to spread the message of HOPE to women who are drowning in despair because their past mistakes keep preventing them from living victoriously.
Xulon Press, a division of Salem Media Group, is the world’s largest Christian self-publisher, with more than 15,000 titles published to date. Retailers may order Living For The Weekend: A Woman’s Cry For Hope through Ingram Book Company and/or Spring Arbor Book Distributors. The book is available online through xulonpress.com/bookstore, amazon.com, and barnesandnoble.com.
Media Contact: Dr. Robin M. Elliott, Ed. D., CYPFC, CLC