Everything Will Be Okay: A Domestic Violence Survivor Finds Her Voice

FAIRFIELD, Conn. - Hartok -- Ignoring the red flags because you want to see the good in people will cost you later. Grieving from the death of her father, Dana decides to take a break from online dating. After a chance encounter with a medium predicts that she'll find love again, a message from an intriguing stranger piques her interest. Erik Becker is the charming, witty and charismatic stranger who messages her, challenging her to step out of her comfort zone and give love another chance. Dana thinks she's met her soulmate but soon realizes that the man of her dreams is not who he seems. What initially begins as a whirlwind romance quickly transforms into something that could lead to dire consequences. The picture-perfect façade begins to unravel and as the mask slips, it reveals the real Erik exposing him as a broken and sadistic monster intent on ruining everything she has created. The relationship escalates into one of physical violence and psychological warfare. Falling victim to a dangerous game of control and manipulation that could cost her everything, Dana must find a way to escape Erik's abuse before it's too late.

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"Dana is a beacon of hope to other victims of domestic violence as she bravely bears her soul in this riveting memoir of a love gone wrong. Her captivating tale reminds us to check in often on our loved ones, especially if you have your suspicions that their relationship with their partner may not be as idealistic as is appears on the surface."

Released in February 2022, Dana Buckmir's second book, Everything Will Be Okay tells the story of surviving a physically and emotionally abusive relationship. Her bravery to not only live through this nightmare, but write about it, is a testament to the human spirit. Dana shares her story to encourage others to do the same. "By sharing my truth, I hope to destigmatize domestic violence. So often abuse thrives in shame. When we talk about it, we reclaim our power. Only then can we begin to make changes in a society that allows violence against women to continue."

Order a copy of Everything Will Be Okay, available on Amazon or Barnes & Noble. Stay connected on social media. Follow on Facebook @Authordanabuckmir, Instagram @Danabuckmir & Tiktok @Danabuckmir for upcoming news, events and author signings. Visit http://www.danabuckmir.com for more information.

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