Unlucky In Love - Confessions of a Die Hard Romantic

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A personal memoir about childhood trauma, relationships and journey of self-healing. More

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Words: 62,760
Language: English
ISBN: 9781974000357
About Orlena Cain

Orlena Cain ignited her fierce entrepreneurial spirit in 2004 when she launched Sugarcain Entertainment. During this first step of her awe-inspiring media journey, she interviewed a wide variety of chart-topping music artists, actors, models and more. Over the course of its run, it accumulated 25 female journalists and gained over 200-thousand readers. During her tenure with Sugarcain Entertainment, she conversed with countless international and Canadian celebrities, bringing an up close and personal look at the entertainment industry to the masses.
Orlena’s epic media venture continued when she graduated the Loyalist College Broadcast Journalism program in 2007. On the heels of her internship with ET Canada from college, she landed a contract briefly as a Chase Producer. Soon after, she skyrocketed into an action-packed career where nothing could hold her back. Established as an on-air host of a popular Canadian television network in 2007 for The Shopping Channel, Orlena has collaborated during live broadcasts alongside a fantastic parade of celebrities such as Joan Rivers, Suzanne Somers, Ivana Trump, Tony Little, Dr. Rey, Wolfgang Puck and Priscilla Presley at the Shopping Channel, just to name a few.
Taking on the role of co-host of the Mix 97.1 Morning Crew, since 2009, her effervescent personality shines through with her flawless sense of humor on weekday mornings with Sean Kelly. In addition to her radio and television talent, her charismatic personality is showcased in an endless array of voice-overs and other media projects internationally. Currently established in the downtown core of Belleville, Ontario as a dedicated business owner, she now runs her exquisite boutique All Things Good Home Shop, while she simultaneously maintains her on-air presence and community contributions.
Outside of her remarkable media career and entrepreneurial endeavors, Orlena devotes her spare time as an ambassador of good will for children and youth. After completing her two-year service to the Ontario Children's Aid Society as a board member, she maintains her role as the face of their provincial campaign for raising awareness against child abuse.
Orlena passionately inspires others by sharing her personal experiences of adversity and success. Compassionate in her convictions, she dedicates endless hours of her time hosting charitable events and promoting organizations as her signature contributions to her community.
On her journey of self-healing, Orlena turned to fitness to develop personal balance. Further to this, she recently dove into the world of publishing as a perfect complement to her nature of advocacy and transparency. Tactfully written, Orlena shares her candid memoir as she confronts her tumultuous journey to find love and happiness in a bid to inspire others to discover the importance of healing and self-love in the wake of trauma.

Reviews

Review by: Lisa Anne Chatten on Aug. 12, 2017 :
I was so intrigued to understand your perception of love and to know where the advice you gave me long ago had come from... I never know when I'll have a chance to pick up a book again, and if I like it, I will literally read it cover to cover so I don't end up putting it down and never getting back to it. With this book, that is exactly what happened, but not for my regular reason - it was seriously a page turner from point 1!!!
Orlena, my hat's off to you for a fantastic, raw and at times uncomfortable read, that allows the most vulnerable parts of you to be shared with others.
100% awesome, funny (like, I laughed out loud and startled my family funny), literally heart-wrenching, and I applaud you for your honesty as well as the integrity with which you told your story of love, Orlena.
I'm not easily impressed, but because this one detailed many things I knew on the surface about, and involved a woman I was once close enough with to work for, to call my friend, and on occasions when unfairly judged to defend, it was an absolute privilege to read.
Keep going lady - you really are amazing, a story not of "unluck" but of success and empowerment - and you will absolutely instill a much needed sense of worth and power to those who feel the opposite, through your writing.
(reviewed 11 days after purchase)

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