About Jenice Revers:
Jenice Revers inspires women around the world to begin their journey to self-healing and love and to reclaim their worth in the face of life’s many and sometimes overwhelming challenges. An empowerment specialist, speaker and author, her latest book, Damn It, I’m Worthy: 7 Steps to Transform the Relationship with Yourself showcases her energy and passion for our own self-worth, our individual journeys to healing and self-love.
With Damn It, I’m Worthy, Jenice shares her eventual triumph over childhood sexual abuse and significant loss. Honest and heartfelt, she shows how her trauma manifested itself as trouble in her later life, particularly in romantic relationships characterised by rage, control and manipulation. Through the pain from multiple marriages filled with heartbreak, separation and divorce, Jenice harnessed her own self-worth and began a journey to self-healing and love. Her heart wrenching and uplifting book shares the steps she found in her recovery and invites women to join her on their own journey to healing and unconditional self-love with an honest belief in her readers’ worth and capability to overcome and grow.
Jenice’s passion for help and healing has led her to many roles, including teacher, counsellor, social worker, author, speaker and mentor. She has been a social worker and an independent advisor to the Family Courts in the United Kingdom. With a background working with children and families, Jenice has also appeared as Guest Lecturer with the National Youth Services in her native Jamaica. In March 2014, she was welcomed into the Jamaica Association of Social Workers (JASW) and has since been invited to participate in their month-long events in celebrate of Social Work Month 2014. Jenice was also interviewed on Jamaica’s prominent radio station, Power 106 FM.
In addition to Damn It, I’m Worthy, she is the author of Immigrant Workers to the UK: A Personal Journey to Success. She has been featured in The Voice Newspaper (UK) and has appeared as a guest contributor to Migration Pulse Publication (UK). As a Jamaican immigrant to the United Kingdom herself, she shares her experience and engages persistently in dynamic discussions on immigration throughout the UK.
As someone who has herself successfully moved through sexual trauma to become a sexually empowered woman, Jenice passionately supports singles and couples in the development of their own sexual confidence and the empowerment of their sexual selves. She works with both men and women to develop a relationship with the sexual self and to empower their sexual identity, giving them the confidence to express, celebrate, and fully enjoy their sexual identity and find pleasurable satisfaction.
What inspires you to write?
I’m a passionate about sharing my thoughts with others through words. Hence, I consider myself a passion-led writer/author in that I mainly write when I am passionate about a topic. I also believes in the power of my words to create positive changes in my world, to create a shift in mind-set. I perceive myself as a change-agent, a thought-leader , therefore, I am very committed to continue writing books, articles and other material to bring about positive changes in our world.
Tell us about your writing process.
As I am a passion-led writer, the process of documenting my thoughts is usually quick and fluent. I am aware that this might not be true for many writers/authors who experience what is called ‘writer’s block’. However, my passions usually evoke a flow of ideas and words of expression. I also usually mull over the idea or talk with others a lot about my topics before writing. Hence, I use these opportunities to clarify the content before writing.
What advice would you give other writers?
I would say to integrate into your daily life, the topic or idea that you are considering to write about. In this way, when you are ready to write you would have already clarified the material and got the perspectives of others so as to present a balanced or more realistic account of your subject.
How did you decide how to publish your books?
I decided to use ‘Self-publishing’ option in publishing my books with the support of a publishing agency. I have taken this route to publishing as I wanted to take my dream of becoming an author in my own hands. Hence, I wasn’t willing to wait for a traditional publisher to decide that my work was not worthy of publishing.
What do you think about the future of book publishing?
I believe that there is a bright and progressive future for book publishing. As we continue to evolve so the need to expand our knowledge or just to enjoy reading for pleasure and entertainment. There is an increased in readers accessing books published online. However, in spite of most material being available in digital format, there is a significant number of readers who like to engage with the actual book in their hands.
What genres do you write?: self help, self love, motivational
What formats are your books in?: Both eBook and Print
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