About Life Beyond A Broken Heart A Memoir by C.C. June
Should love have an expiration date?
Like most women, C.C. June desired to be a good wife and mother. But she discovered being a devoted wife was not enough. She invites readers into her world to share the experiences that have shaped her – from her childhood to her years as a devoted wife. Despite betrayal, she has handled abandonment with bravery and grace throughout her life.
While in the struggle to keep faith alive in her once loving marriage, she is forced into some life-altering situations; especially one she never saw coming until it was too late. In this unpredictable tale of love, loss, and life lessons, readers will encounter a deep-rooted, relatable story about love that leads to immense heartbreak. This memoir will empower women who need the strength to push through and move forward after divorce. The best thing to hold onto in life is yourself!
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A divorced mother of one. C.C. June was born in Atlanta, Georgia, to Haitian immigrant parents. For fifteen years she worked with students from elementary to college. Currently counseling high school students with trauma. C.C. has enjoyed writing since she was a child. She started a supportive online community to empower women who are separated or going through a divorce, called Thriving Gems on Facebook.
C.C. is passionate about helping women and children. She likes to volunteer at local hospitals and soup kitchens. She looks forward to the holiday season and creating memories with her daughter. She is very big on traditions like carving pumpkins, writing notes of gratitude during the month of Nov (then reading them with her daughter on Thanksgiving), and Christmas is always a big deal. Even while surviving this pandemic, C.C. is looking forward to making gingerbread houses, cozy nights with her daughter while watching Christmas movies on lifetime, and drinking hot chocolate.
This newly released memoir takes readers on a journey from her childhood to years as a devoted wife and mother. Sometimes love can leave us feeling broken but we have the strength within us to move forward in life.