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Atara Estes

CEO, Life Coach, CHW Consultant, Motivational Speaker, Author

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WHAT PEOPLE SAY

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Anonymous

I'm writing this review from a mother's perspective. I love the fact that when Atara was shot and left for dead, she did not allow herself to dwell in self-pity. I respect the fact that she had did not let what happen to her keep her down, she had serious conversations with God because she knows that He is the author and finisher of her life, not man. A male (because he was not a man) did try to take her life but God said, not so, this is not her time. I have a work for her and only she can get this done. I'm very proud of how far she has come since then and I support her in all her endeavors for whatever the future holds for her. Atara, continue to do the work God has set before you, continue to give him the glory and the praise for his word says He will never leave you nor forsake you. This book is very powerful and I'm looking forward to reading your next book. Continue to do the work God has predestined for you, if God brings you to it, He will bring you through it.

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HM, MD 

Powerful, authentic, heart-wrenching, infinitely human. Ms. Estes survives and thrives, on each page. Her realism and compassion and perseverance are super heroic. She is a blessing to her children and to her readers, including me. Thank you for the courage and generosity of sharing your story.

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T. Thomas, Entrepreneur

EXCELLENT READ & Easy to follow! A journey full of fear and sorrow that ultimately led to a testimony full of hope, joy, spirituality, devotion, healing and selfworth. I would definitely recommend this book as a must read for everyone especially young women.

Atara Estes of the CCP provides a free Crisis Counseling Program in response to MO federally declared disasters. The CCP provides outreach and education to assist community/individuals with disaster recovery. Sponsored by FEMA/SAMHSA.

 

Atara does not provide direct help to those experiencing domestic violence we refer you to tangible resources. This site is not a hotline and is not staffed 24/7.

If you are in danger, please call 911. If you are in need of immediate response or local referrals, call a local hotline or the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233 or TTY 1-800-787-3224. Click on the Community Resource tab for a list of referrals locally, regionally and nationally. 

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