Author Alexis Nicole White Releases Private Memoir to Highlight the Importance of Emotional Health

Emotional Abuse is alive and well. Contrary to popular belief, emotional abuse is not just something that happens from parent to child, or occur in teenage love affairs. Adult women face emotional distress in their relationships, daily.

ATLANTA, GA – Jan 18, 2016 – Local author Alexis Nicole White addresses the myriad of issues associated with emotional abuse in her new book – The Covered.  The release of this memoir is both timely and relevant as so many women in the media and news are dealing with issues of emotional abuse that carries on from generation to generation. Alexis chose to release her book during March, the celebration of Women in History month, as she acknowledges the many women who endured emotional abuse and continued to thrive.

“I want to encourage women to practice maintaining healthy relationships,” says White.  “We really need to revisit what emotional abuse is and make sure we are encouraging generations behind us to develop healthy relationships.”  The Covered is a riveting book for women of all ages to read. The book will inspire readers to reevaluate the quality of their relationships.

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ALEXIS NICOLE WHITE is an entrepreneur, author and motivational speaker. As a graduate of Purdue University, Alexis dreamed of climbing the corporate ladder.  However, life and relationship experiences have birthed another passion in Alexis.  Today, this writer and speaker is passionate about raising awareness about emotional abuse in relationships.  Her memoir, The Covered, highlights her journey with experiencing emotional abuse and how she survived and thrived.  Her goal is to help other women, young and old, do the same – survive and thrive.

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