MEADVILLE, Pa. (PRWEB) October 15, 2020
“My Innocence Was Stolen”: a brave retelling of a life that severely struggled with abuse yet managed to overcome the pains and trauma of it all. “My Innocence Was Stolen” is the creation of published author Tabitha Ferguson, a new writer who is also passionate in her work as an advocate and activist for at risk youth and their families.
Ferguson shares, “Tabitha Ferguson was born into poverty and an abusive and divided family. She survived abuse on every level while her community documented the torment she lived in and projected mental illness labels on her instead of holding the abusers accountable. When Tabitha could no longer function in a normal school classroom, she was pushed into the judicial system and believes she was set up to fail. Due to the severity of the abuse she endured, she fell into what statistics say they fall into with addictions and its lifestyle. In the midst of a life full of adversities, Tabitha has managed to overcome as she passionately shares her story to help raise awareness for kids and their families with similar backgrounds. Tabitha’s first new book will give you great insight in what goes on inside the mind of a troubled, at-risk youth and how to respond and begin using trauma informed knowledge versus believing someone is mentally ill due to biochemical imbalances. We all just want to love and be loved. Tabitha’s book will help you realize just how much the human mind can be restored and how one can overcome with a past like hers.”
Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Tabitha Ferguson’s new book inspires the readers with a stirring account that is shared to bring motivation and hope that everything can be overcome with faith and will.
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Consumers can purchase “My Innocence Was Stolen” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.
For additional information or inquiries about “My Innocence Was Stolen,” contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.