Alana Sharps Launched Her New Book “Was it My Fault?: An Abuse Survivor’s Story and Guide for Navigating Narcissistic Red Flags”

RALEIGH, NC, March 04, 2022 /24-7PressRelease/ — On February 22, 2022 Alana Sharps released her book “Was it My Fault?: An Abuse Survivor’s Story and Guide for Navigating Narcissistic Red Flags” through Amazon and the book immediately became a Best Seller!

Alana shares about her book “I’m a survivor. For sixteen long years, I didn’t believe I’d ever get to call myself that. Self-doubt, low self-esteem imposed on me by my abusive, narcissistic ex-husband, and fear held me hostage. I didn’t recognize myself. Hope no longer existed. The stress and strain of just trying to live to see another day took a devastating toll on me physically, emotionally, and financially.

My life was not my own, and I was tired of it. At my core, I knew I had to fight back, but after living in such a toxic environment, I wasn’t sure it would make a difference.

Thankfully, I summoned the courage. Call it dumb luck, an epiphany, or a sheer desire to shield my children from any more trauma, I left. Unfortunately, the abuse didn’t end when I closed that chapter of my life. The next chapter invited a different form of abuse into my life in the form of dubious legal tactics, mean-spirited counter-parenting, battling false parental alienation claims, and harassment replaced the abuse I endured when we lived under the same roof. But, I had changed. Leaving left me feeling more empowered. Slowly, I saw my worth and understood that my freedom from my ex was what I needed to not only survive but thrive.

Was It My Fault? is my story. In it, I share intimate details of my toxic marriage, but more than that, I share my journey out of the depths of despair and how I continue to fight for myself and my children post-separation. It’s my hope that my story will inspire someone who may be in a toxic relationship and feeling like they have no fight left in them to not give up and find a path forward.”

Five star review on Amazon, a reader calls the book “Great read” and goes on to say “I would recommend this book for anyone, not all people realize they are in an abusive relationship and could utilize this book for context of their relationship. Alana explains the relationship so well and then list some great resources after telling her story. It’s a great read for everyone.”

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Alana Sharps is a multi-talented Business Strategist, Thought Leader, and Author. She is a graduate of North Carolina State University with a degree in Mechanical Engineering and a certified Six Sigma enthusiast in process improvement. She has coached C-Suite executives through continuous improvement processes that aligned with business strategies, increased operational efficiencies, and yielded millions in corporate-wide cost savings.

Alana is also a survivor of a toxic marriage tangled in narcissistic abuse. As a result, she decided to pivot her technical expertise to a proven methodology for helping others overcome similar struggles. She is now a Certified High Conflict Divorce and Child Custody Consultant focusing on helping women get through the battle of post-separation abuse.

Battling a narcissist in family court is not an easy task and requires a unique skill set. Alana effectively prepares her clients for their tense legal battles with individuals who refuse to negotiate or collaborate. She does this by coaching through the four pillars of mindset growth, self-care, communication strategies, and evidentiary documentation techniques.

Alana’s journey from victim to survivor inspired her to make this type of support her life’s work. She has courageously captured her story of survival and resilience in her life-changing book “Was it My Fault?”. Her hope is that her clients and others will survive and thrive beyond their expectations.

When taking a pause from her passion to empower survivors, Alana serves the community in several non-profits. She is a board member for Time4Change of NC, a mentor to women in the HER Foundation, and a member of the National Society of Black Engineers. Alana is also the mother of three and resides in Raleigh, NC with her children and two dogs.

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