eBook on Finding Good Love Released

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The Book is no longer available as a free download. Look for it on Amazon.com and here for purchase – December 1, ’08.

PHILIPSBURG, ST. MAARTEN – Sometimes it needs to go very wrong so it can all get really right. In her debut release, Truly Caribbean Woman’s Guide to Good Love, Nerissa shares the lessons learned from surviving a bad marriage and preparing for a future filled with love and purpose.

“When my marriage ended, I wanted to figure out what went wrong, so I wouldn’t make the same mistakes again. This book went through many title changes as I did, as I rediscovered myself and what I my life was all about. The working title was called How to Love a Caribbean Man because I thought at the time that the answer was in figuring men out. Just as they struggle to figure us out, we do the same but the answer is really in knowing who we are and what we desire most in our life,” explained the author and entrepreneur.

“I decided to release this book as a free eBook because women have been asking for help in this area,” she said. “It is a great place for women who are recovering from a broken relationship or considering starting a new romance to begin.”

Each chapter begins with one of Nerissa’s poems that relates to the subject. “I had no idea I could right poetry until it was the only outlet available to express what was going on inside. Writing became my solace when there was no one to talk to and I didn’t even feel worthy to pray. This book was cathartic to write but also an eye opener as I was not always ready to deal with some of the issues that I had to take responsibility for.”

The free eBook is available to everyone by emailing the author at info@trulycaribbean.net or logging on to www.trulycaribbean.net. Nerissa encourages readers to leave comments on her blog at trulycaribbeanwoman.wordpress.com or by emailing her.

The author is available to speak at seminars and other events to encourage healing and motivation for both men and women.

About the Book

The Truly Caribbean Woman’s Guide to Good Love encourages women to improve their lives and relationships by getting to know themselves and believing they can have their heart’s desire. Nerissa offers practical ideas to prepare for more rewarding connections with men and achieving the ultimate goal of marriage and family God’s way.

Topics covered in the guide include loving extravagantly, taking your sexy back and trusting your intuition.

5 Responses

  1. I spent late last night and this morning going through your book and I really thank God for you and what you have to share…

    For four years I have been struggling to get over a second bad relationship and each time the father of my baby girl -‘the kind who was perfect at spotting broke women’ played around with me on and off……….

    Funny coz all the three signs were there…my instinct told me he was wrong, next his friends came and confirmed he was a married man and a cheat and eventually he just wasn’t there or the few times he surfaced, he just was insulting and not loving anymore, but I lived in denial….I would let go but occasionally he kept coming back and I took him back…I thought all was lost…which nice man would date a mother of two?

    I have considered lesbian relationships, I have turned to the ‘love egg’ toy….I have tried a few married men…but today for once I am at peace with myself…I know all is not lost.

    I am going to have time for me and make myself beautiful and wait upon the Lord for the plans he has in mind for me…I am going for a pedicure and manicure in 2 hours and a shopping spree in Monrovia town(Liberia) in a bit…I am not worried any more coz I AM JUST STARTING ON MY GROUND ZERO….

    THANK YOU
    Silper (Liberia)

  2. I like your book and I feel that a lot of women may find there help for their own personal situation, maybe even some guys can pick up something.

    Dr. Foeken,
    Cole Bay, St. Maarten

  3. Dear Nerissa,

    How do I obtain a copy of your book Guide to Good Love? I am very
    interested in reading another person’s opinion on this subject.

    Born again church leaders need to take a good look and conduct a very good study into divorce seeing that our churches are no longer exempt. I am saying this because I never thought that I would be a victim of divorce and therefore never had reason to study deeper into the subject, until it actually happened to me.

    Be encouraged, if God be for you, who can be against you. God knows about all our struggles and He is the only one that will forgive us from ALL sin, except the blasphemy against the Holy Spirit. I no longer feel condemned knowing and understanding truly that God understands even when man around us, treat us like outcasts.

    A.L.
    St. Maarten

  4. From the moment I received this e-book I studiously pored over it all day, I could not put it down; this is a testament to Nerissa’s talents and gifts. It was a delightful read, a brilliant piece of work.

    This book reveals her almost as a ‘decluter expert’ who attempts to assist woman to embrace life and shows that imbalance exist but when that balance is disturbed it is never too late. Further it reveals that in times of tumultuous change, when we retrace life as a woman (mother, wife, single woman) leaning on God, being submissive, forgiving and asking for forgiveness we become worthy vessels.

    The book is instructive as it tells us when change happens women can and does survive.

    Nerissa’s writings would no doubt leave one profoundly optimistic about life and themselves as it bore many of the imprints of wholesomeness.

    It re-affirms her commitment to God and shows how we as women are beautifully and wonderfully made.

    The experience has been a blessing!

    Congratulations Nerrissa

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