Caring for Eleanor

Caring for Eleanor Part Two In The Salma Keir Trilogy, A Novel By Women S Fiction Bestselling Author Sonia Rumzi Ms Rumzi You Are A Lady With Extraordinary Talent This Is The Most Touching Story Of Courage And Strength That I Have Ever Read Elizabeth Marshall, Author When Fate Dictates Is It True That If We Are Abused, We Turn Around And Abuse Others Not Always This Is Salma S Story Of Courage, Caring And Starting Over Courage To Face Life, Caring For Others In The Process And Beginning Again When All Seems Lost.When Salma Is Assigned To Eleanor, She Did Not Expect A Life Coach Frail And Sick Eleanor Opens Her Eyes To Truths That Seemed To Slip Out Of Her Own Grasp The Smooth Prose Reels In The Reader With Strong Emotional Connections To The Characters That We Ve Met In Our Own Lives Excellent Work, Five Stars C.C Cole, Author Gastar Series A Wonderful Read That I Would Recommend To Anyone, Regardless Of Age Or Gender Zoe Saadia, Author The Cahokian I found this a truly amazing story that Miss Rumzi has brought to us A breath taking story of survival, forgiveness, endurance an the healing of ones soul.This story will draw you in to the life of a young woman who has been so put down that she can not see the beautiful caring and loving person that she is.She gives us a look into the world of Salma who has been put down since childhood and now in marriage A women who has lost all self esteem, that she thinks she can not take care of herself I found this a truly amazing story that Miss Rumzi has brought to us A breath taking story of survival, forgiveness, endurance an the healing of ones soul.This story will draw you in to the life of a young woman who has been so put down that she can not see the beautiful caring and loving person that she is.She gives us a look into the world of Salma who has been put down
This is an amazing story of a woman who is strong deep inside, but who has been taught to act weak Sadly it s a story of many women all over the world So many children are growing up in abusive families, just to pass on into abusive relationships Caring for Eleanor is an important book that should be in everyone s collection It reminds the reader that, while being patient, tolerant and kind toward the world, a person should not forget to exercise those qualities toward him herself Pushed t This is an amazing story of a woman who is strong deep inside, but who has been taught to act weak Sadly it s a story of many women all over the world So many children are growing up in abusive families, just to pass on into abusive relationships Caring for Eleanor
Sonia Rumzi is an immensely skilled author with an extraordinary talent for capturing the reality of life for some of our most vulnerable members of society the abused and emotionally battered.This is an outstanding story of one woman s strength and courage in the face of great adversity.With grace, empathy and tenderness, Sonia Rumzi tells the most difficult of all stories the desperate struggle of a young woman to take control of her world after a lifetime of abuse.I felt greatly drawn to Sonia Rumzi is an immensely skilled author with an extraordinary talent for capturing the reality of life for some of our most vulnerable members of society the abused and emotionally battered.This is an outstanding story of one woman s strength and courage in the face of great adversity.With grace, empathy and tenderness, Sonia Rumzi tells the most difficult of all stories the desperate struggle of a young woman to take control of her world after a lifetime of abuse.I felt greatly drawn to the main characters in this book and very qui
Caring for Eleanor is a well written character study about the complexities of co dependency in women A young mother becomes a caretaker for sick and elderly people and through them she realizes the troubles of her own home, and takes the needed steps required to gain her own confidence, her happiness, and the independence to care for her own children The smooth prose reels in the reader with st
I m glad I made it through the first several pages where I wanted to just stop reading this book because the editing, if not the writing itself, was so incredibly bad It seemed to get better or maybe I just got used to it and the story kept my interest.