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Ekundayo Chidimma is a 30 plus year veteran Caribbean Media Professional, who stumbled on her career path immediately after graduating at the Secondary or High School level. 

She has worked in radio, print, television, and online media for local, regional, and international news agencies.

She is now the CEO of her own media/marketing company and an online Christian radio station. 

Ekundayo is the proud mother of three beautiful girls. 

For her experience as a Domestic Violence survivor, she presents this autobiography.

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Trapped in a relationship that first promised love but dished out domestic abuse? 

Remember, you are Too Worthy to Be Abused

Read about the experience of a Caribbean woman in this book.

It is available for purchase on this website, from our Publishers Xlibris, Amazon, and Barnes & Noble,


ISBN 13 (SOFT): 9781524504205

ISBN 13 (HARD): 9781524504212

ISBN 13 (eBook): 9781524504199

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  • Just finished reading the book, Too Worthy To Be Abused. This book right here is going to bring healing to a lot of women who have been abused, physically, mentally and emotionally. I see this book as a best seller, trust me. I will be reading this book again tomorrow. Nardia Jarrett - June 5, 2016 
  • I wish you all the best. I love the colours. It belies what's inside as it is bright and sunny. Susanna Best-Richardson - June 5, 2016 
  • I just read your publication which lent itself to a quick and easy read. I don't see why anyone should be appalled at the content, which is candid and straightforward. There was nothing that should be considered sordid about the account. You have nothing for which you should feel embarrassed or furthermore ashamed. God's blessings. Yvonne Carrington - June 6, 2016
  • By the way, I got the book and have read it cover to cover, twice. I cried both times. First was sadness and then tears of thanksgiving. Our God is an Awesome Deliverer. Philipsia Greenway - July 4, 2016 
  • Good morning Angie!!!! I finished reading your book last night. What an interesting book!! I reminded myself of something that I always tell people: "when you think you have it bad, there is someone who has it worse". I remembered you in my prayers this morning. We must never cease thanking and praising The Almighty. It's situations such as what you've been through that make women like us who we are today. Jasmine Brewley - July 13, 2016
  • A wonderful book Sister Angela. It is an eye opener and I am so proud of you for taking the time and energy to put this book together. I know that God will use it to change the lives of many women and men living with domestic violence. Christine - June 12, 2017.

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Sharing the Testimony at the Women's Ministry Emphasis Day 2017 on Saturday June 10th, 2017, 8am-4pm. The event is hosted by the BVI Seventh-day Adventist Church and will be held at the J.R.O'Neal Botanic Gardens (VENUE CHANGE - BVI SDA School), Tortola, under the theme "Gifted to Serve".


PLEASE FEEL FREE TO INVITE US TO SHARE WITH YOU, YOUR GROUP OR ORGANIZATION. FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT US BY FILLING OUT THE FORM ON THIS WEBSITE.


Frequently Asked Questions

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  1. What is Domestic Violence? My personal definition is: Being subjected to a state or feeling of nothingness by someone who has professed their love for you.
  2. How do I know if I am being abused? Know your worth. Is your partner showing you respect and reciprocating your love or are they loving, caring and providing for you to the point where you are more often than not a happy partner? Hmmm...
  3. Where do I get help as a victim? The Police, National Domestic Violence Agencies, churches, your family, friends and most of all from yourself. You have to have the will to say no and develop a zero tolerance for abuse.
  4. Is there hope for abusers? Absolutely, but don't hang around hoping for the best. Perpetrators need to recognize they have a problem and not only want to, but seek professional help. Prayer does help as well.