Shreveport author helps women to cope with partners’ cheating through new book
SHREVEPORT, La. — Author Ava Montgomery guides women out of an unfaithful relationship in the nationwide release of her new self-help book, “You Don’t Deserve Me: Knowing Your Worth and Realizing You Don’t Have to Settle.”
“You Don’t Deserve Me” speaks to the women who were cheated on and never understood why; the women who loved a man with the depth of their soul; those who had broken hearts that shattered their world; those who cried day in and out and tried to make sense of how something that seemed so right could go so wrong; those who feel like it’s not worth being in love and being faithful to one man and those who were lied to, cheated on, disrespected, embarrassed and put down by a man they had the highest regard for.
“You Don’t Deserve Me” is about every woman who has been wronged at one point or another in her life. Montgomery emphasizes that although it hurts to be cheated on, women need to remember that the problem was not with them but with the men who have done them wrong.
Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, the book is available through bookstores nationwide, from the publisher at www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore, or by visiting barnesandnoble.com or amazon.com.
Montgomery, who is an international author and poet, is currently working on her master’s degree in education. She is also a motivational speaker, a full-time mother of three boys and a songwriter. She currently resides in Shreveport, Louisiana.