Chisara Okehi Announces The Release Of A New Book Titled, “I Need Help.”

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“I Need Help: a story of trauma, trails and triumphs”

Nov 4, 2022 - NEW YORK - Chisara Okehi, the CEO of Breakthrough Bliss, has published a new book titled I Need Help, a story of trauma, trials and triumphs. This book centers on helping individuals, especially young girls and women understand and overcome how untreated mental illness, trauma, neglect, gender discrimination, divorce and other mental health challenges could impact their self-esteem, personal development and emotional health. The book has unique lessons for every reader. For interested readers, it can be directly viewed and bought here on Amazon.

I Need Help offers help to everyone who truly seeks help regarding their mental health and that of their loved ones. Being a book with practical solutions to universal problems that impacts anyone who has experienced trauma, untreated mental illness, neglect, or any abuse history, I Need Help educates readers on new evidence based mental health treatments. The book also gives easy to follow tips on addressing mental health, outlines proven modalities and reveals tools to help people dealing with mental illness so they can have a more fulfilled life.

I Need Help has 198 pages with ISBN 979-8360225577 and has been described as a page-turner by readers who reviewed the book. To make the book affordable, the paperback copy goes for $16.99 and the hardcover $24.99, while the ebook goes for $9.99 only. The book can be used as a gift to budding minds, family members, individuals who have experienced trauma, and those interested in learning about and to better understand mental illness. Apart from having an appealing yet elegant cover, the book, I Need Help has been carefully designed in three distinct formats – ebook, paperback and hardcover all are readily available on Amazon.

As a memoir, the book portrays how Chisara and her siblings were kidnapped from Nigeria to the United States of America by their mentally ill mother. On arrival in the United States, Chisara was disoriented and that’s when much of her childhood trauma began. In addition, Chisara’s mother was stigmatized, ignored, cast aside due to her mental illness. She simply couldn’t get help when she needed it. So, the book chronicles her trials and the steps she took to come out triumphant.

“I Need Help crystalizes my struggles with being raised by a mother with untreated mental illness, and it highlights the need for an open discussion in the Nigerian and African American communities. The book also narrates my first-hand experience with being raised in a chaotic environment with instability, neglect, and abuse and how I constantly struggled through trauma, with every trial. In that book, I detailed how I regained my sanity.” Said Chisara while responding to questions asked by a group of journalists.  

“I Need Help clearly depicts how, with faith in God and help from my ancestors, I was able to overcome the trauma. My book analyzes mental illness, and at the same time, lays out practical and affordable but effective solutions to many mental health issues.” She concluded.

The book also has something for every type of caregiver, mental health professional, health worker, nurse, family, psychologist, and people with mental illness, be it young or old, male or female, black or white, regardless of their cultural background, religion or financial situation. In addition, the book carefully explains how untreated mental health can break a family.

Chisara Okehi consciously put her soul and experience into the book and that makes the book a must-read for everyone with a family member or friend with mental illness. Chisara believes no one should be stigmatized for being mentally ill. Currently, she lives in California with her family, where she works and advocates for people who have survived childhood trauma and mental illnesses. Therefore, every reader of her newly published book stands a chance to learn about mental health and finding new evidence-based treatments, therapies and practices to address past trauma and mental illness.

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