1981. contains past letters, thoughts, poetry and very personal writings; retelling the journey of a woman dealing with the trauma of being abandoned at birth by her biological mother and the ensuing attributable effects of obesity and food addiction.
It exposes the ugly truth of addiction, unveils the effects of abandonment, exposes unspoken abuse and illustrates the importance of healing.
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Despite dealing with the trauma of being abandoned at birth by her biological mother and the ensuing attributable effects of obesity and food addiction, UniQue Webster has carved out quite a successful and varied career in Health and Wellness, Business and Self-Empowerment.
Her professional and civic career has thrived in places as diverse as the hustle and bustle of the metropolis’ of NYC, Chicago and DC to the sleepy towns on the outer banks of the Carolinas. Webster has worked for notable organizations such as Best Buddies International, the CityKids Foundation, VH1 Save the Music Foundation, BET Networks and The Arts Council to list a few. She has written over 50 articles for more than six national publications, digital media and blogs. In 2012, Webster worked with weight loss giant, Weight Watchers, as a staff blogger as well as leading 15 weekly health and wellness meetings. During her tenure, she had the pleasure of joining Weight Watchers’ CEO and Executive Staff in the ringing of the closing bell at the New York Stock Exchange.
Due to her impeccable work ethics, Webster received a number of accolades and awards; including a Proclamation of Excellence by New York City Council member Tracy L. Boyland, then Chair of Women’s Issues.
Webster continues to move the needle in the fight against obesity, claiming the lives of many Americans. Fully committed to devoting her time to inspire others through her literary works and as a Lifestyle and Wellness Coach; Webster transitioned into a plant based lifestyle – losing over 100 pounds. While not new to the literary world, 1981. is Webster’s first foray in the nonfiction genre.