Dr. Dellia Evans Releases a Non-Fiction Book


(Jackson, MS) In the United States of America, it is estimated that, more than 10 million people experience domestic violence.  The previously mentioned statistic, is for each year.  Interestingly, only about 960,000 incidents, to about, 3,000,000 incidents of domestic violence are reported.  Obviously, arriving at the first statistic that was cited, means that, many domestic violence incidents are unreported.  Officially, the term domestic violence is defined as; the inflicting of physical injury by one family or household member onto another.  Additionally, repeated or habitual patterns of this type of behavior, constitutes domestic violence.  Recently, Dr. Dellia Evans announced that, she is a survivor of domestic violence.  Specifically, the aforementioned author revealed that, she has released a non-fiction book.  The non-fiction book is entitled, Heart Vision:  How to See Your Path Forward When You’re in a Dark Place.  In, Heart Vision:  How to See Your Path Forward When You’re in a Dark Place, Dr. Dellia Evans attempts to help women. 
            The help that women will receive from Dr. Dellia Evans, starts with seeing through the lies.  Additionally, this type of help for women is made possible by the following book publishing company.  Officially, the book publishing company is, Butterflies Publishing.  However and returning to, domestic violence, the aforementioned and in the United States of America is a form of violence.  Additionally, it is a form of violence that, occurs within a domestic relationship.  Interestingly and as previously said, domestic violence is also a type of household violence.  This means that; violence against a child, violence by a child against a parent or violence between siblings is also domestic violence.  Fortunately; government agencies, non-governmental organizations and non-profit organizations do recognize domestic violence as an important social problem or social issue.  This type of recognition, does help with the problem or social issue, at large.
            Returning to; Dr. Dellia Evans’s non-fiction book, the aforementioned and as previously said, wants to help women.  Additionally, the help starts with being able to see through, the lies.  The lies of domestic violence, also means, the myths about domestic violence.  Heart Vision:  How to See Your Path Forward When You’re in a Dark Place, talks about these myths.  Specifically, it talks about how the myths, cause the future survivor to lose their way or path.  A lost path, subsequently, causes the victim to feel a wide range of emotions; according to Dr. Dellia Evans.  The emotions include feeling tired, afraid and confused.  Through this non-fiction book, Dr. Dellia Evans wants to shine a light.  In turn, she hopes that this light, will help victims of domestic violence transform into survivors.  In order to accomplish this goal, she teaches victims of domestic violence the following three things.  The first thing is, how to identify your spiritual blind spots.  The second thing is, how to be true to yourself.  The third thing is, how to catch a clear vision in one’s heart of where one is going.  A changed life; is ultimately what Dr. Dellia Evans wants for the victims, and, the correct path can be found in Heart Vision:  How to See Your Path Forward When You’re in a Dark Place.
            Wendy Mahoney is the Executive Director of the Mississippi Coalition Against Domestic Violence (M.C.A.D.V.).  Through a press statement, Ms./Mrs. Mahoney said the following.  Living the complexities of domestic violence is precisely captured in Heart Vision to shed light into a dark situation which impacts so many who suffer in silence.” 
            To end, Dr. Dellia Evans is a certified laser vision correction surgeon, and, optometrist.  Throughout the last 25 years, she reports having helped more than 250,000 patients maintain, his or her eye health.  Primarily, Dr. Dellia Evans works out of her own optometry office; Odom’s Eye Care Optical.  She obtained her Doctor of Optometry Degree, from the University of Alabama at Birmingham.  As previously stated, Dr. Dellia Evans recently announced that, she is a survivor of domestic violence.  Specifically, the aforementioned author revealed that, she has released a non-fiction book.  The non-fiction book is entitled, Heart Vision:  How to See Your Path Forward When You’re in a Dark Place.  In, Heart Vision:  How to See Your Path Forward When You’re in a Dark Place, Dr. Dellia Evans attempts to help women.  Lastly, the book publishing company is, Butterflies Publishing. 

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11/15/2019

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