SAYVILLE, N.Y. (PRWEB) June 07, 2019
Salty understands first-hand the devastating effects of trauma as well as the importance of showing oneself compassion during these moments rather than placing unreasonable expectations to “get over it” after a certain time period. In “Trauma, Tears & Triumph” (published by Balboa Press), she shares a story of love, loss and lessons.
In the book, Salty shares writings that lead others on a journey through the depths of the heart as she bravely confronted the emotions associated with unrequited love, self-doubt and heartache, ultimately learning how to lift herself up and face the future with a new perspective. In poems and prose that speak to the universal human experience, Salty helps readers map a course through one of their most relatable struggles in life.
“Sexual violence is unfortunately very prevalent in today’s society, as well as mental illness. People are coming forward to speak honestly about their experiences to receive both closures, and help others,” Salty says. “I trust my book will help others who are going through or have gone through a similar situation. I believe my readers will see themselves in my writing at one or more points throughout the book. My hope is for people to recognize they are not alone in their struggles.”
Salty had to go through horrible experiences to have her voice heard. She has a message she wants to share with the world, an important story that for her, needs to spread. “If I can help one person feel less alone, then all of the suffering would have been worth it,” she adds. For more details about the book, please visit https://www.amazon.com/Trauma-Tears-Triumph-Salty/dp/198222892X.
“Trauma, Tears & Triumph”
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 348 pages | ISBN 9781982228910
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 348 pages | ISBN 9781982228927
E-Book | 348 pages | ISBN 9781982228934
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Salty is a student pursuing an education in the field of mental health and sexual education. She is passionate about using her experiences to set an example for others on how to love and respect themselves. Salty is a mental health advocate and sexual assault activist who volunteers for domestic violence shelters in her community. She currently lives in Sayville, New York.