Teresa Ruiz Shares How She Stood Up to Fight and End Domestic Violence

New book tells of a teenage mom and her struggles to live life after breaking free of the violence cycle and juggling parenthood and studies at a tender age of nineteen.

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Tustin, Calif. (PRWEB) January 09, 2014

A mother of three at the tender age of nineteen, author Teresa Ruiz shares a story of resilience and facing life head on after a hard blow of fate and a series of violence. Raising her three children after getting out of the shelter, Ruiz has learned to be an independent, self-supporting mother instead of enjoying the days at school and a normal teenage worry-free life. A woman toughened by the challenges she has to face at an early age, Ruiz shares the life she now enjoys and tries to live after she has “Run Free.”

Witnessing her father always beating their mother, violence has been a constant part of Ruiz’s childhood. The need to move around, never staying in one place for so long to stay away from their abusive father, resulted to lack of friends and Ruiz keeping to herself. After she found what she thought to be the romance and the love that she deserves, she dropped out of tenth grade and lived with the man who seems to have swept her off her feet. Little did she know that the life that awaits her is going to be a life of the same violence that her mother used to endure.

Deciding to end the violence cycle for her children, Ruiz sought out the help of the shelter and the police department and finally put an end to the physical and emotional torture she has been putting up with. With the support from her mother, her sisters, and the welfare, Ruiz was able to heal, learn and accept her responsibility towards her three children. A renewed look in life, a strength drawn from perseverance to give her young ones a happy and violence-free life, Ruiz stays positive — displaying the real strength and resilience of a woman.

“Run Free” is a call and an inspiration for all teenagers to never be afraid to end violence and always be responsible for all their actions.

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About the Author
Teresa Ruiz was born and raised in Orange County, California, in the early sixties. Her schools were scattered throughout Orange County since they moved so much. She was a loner and did not make it through the tenth grade. During her teenage years, she found herself on the run pretty much. Ruiz became a young mother by the age of seventeen and was still on the run. She raised her three children, went back to high school and got off the welfare system and since then she has supported her children on her own.

Run Free * by Teresa Ruiz
Publication Date: January 3, 2014
Trade Paperback; $15.99; 106 pages; 978-1-4931-5280-3
Trade Hardback; $24.99; 106 pages; 978-1-4931-5281-0
e-book; $3.99; 978-1-4931-5282-7

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