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If I can give this book 1,000 stars I would. Everything she talked about in this book I can tell came from the heart. Me personally I can relate to so much she has mentioned. Dealing with anxiety and depression has been challenging on so many levels, loving myself and know my worth has been challenging as well. I’m glad my wonderful best friend, the God mother of my child showed me that there is love and support out there and mental health is important. I seriously can’t wait for the next book! – Amazon Review
Ever Powerful :
Sometimes you just have to die a little inside in order to be reborn
and rise again as a stronger and wiser version of yourself.
I have dealt with anxiety and depression for as long as I could remember. It can often be debilitating and it makes it extremely hard to simply just function and get through the day.
Despite all that I have gone through, I never gave up on myself and continued to keep moving forward, no matter what. I discuss in-depth with complete transparency some of my awkward teenage moments such as my first date, first love, first heartbreak, and obtaining my first college degree.
I wanted to share my story to inspire people, make them feel like they are not alone, and offer some hope and encouragement to people who have gone through or are currently going through some of the challenges that I have faced. Sometimes it is hard to see the sun and only the dark clouds, but trust me, it does and will get better.
You are strong and resilient. You must never give up!
I enjoyed this book and I can honestly say that I can relate very much to the author, her struggles and life experiences. Chapter by chapter, I became immersed in this book. It kept me engaged and I am looking forward to reading more works from this author! Keep me posted! -Amazon Review
About the Author
Erica Ann Coppola was born on January 10th, 1993 in Brooklyn, New York. After becoming a New York State licensed esthetician and then going back to college after a few year hiatus, she got her associate’s degree in Journalism. Her most recent accomplishment was graduating in January 2021 with her bachelor’s degree in Communications. Writing has also been a passion of hers as well as advocating for self care and taking care of your physical and mental health after being diagnosed with PMDD in August 2020.
Her goal is to share her story, both the good and the bad, to inspire others and know that there is a light at the end of the tunnel, no matter how gloomy it all may seem.