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Out Of Eden Eve and the Opposite Sex
    A story about men, a manual for women
Toronto, December 9, 2005.
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Toronto, November 1, 2005.
Divorce around the Holidays:
How to Manage Emotions, Stress and Family Dynamics

By Author: Noemi Eva

Every family has its “divorced” sibling or parent. Divorce can be a tremendous blow to our self-worth whether we leave or were left – neither is easy. Holidays are the hardest blow, with loss of connection, alienation and disconnection from friends connected to our spouse. It can lead to depression and worse.

But say’s Noemi Eva, author of Out of Eden , a true life novel about her own divorces and romances, we can rebuild and mend our lives and find a way to bring the joy back to holidays and daily life. Today’s families do invite ex-husbands and wives to holiday rituals and this can bring the normalcy back for the children and the ex’s too. Many couples alternate the years where one spouse has the children and this can work as well.

Holidays are a great time to forgive and forget and to open the doors for spouses and old friends to get comfortable with the new roles the couples are playing. Says Noemi, friends need to be taught to let go and let god. We can demonstrate neutrality rather than lashing out at our ex at every opportunity. It has become the custom in families to alienate a spouse, but that doesn't’t work in the long run. It teaches children that relationships are disposable.

Surviving separation, divorce, economic hardship and more are all subjects Noemi Eva tangles in her book, Out of Eden- A Manual for Women. Born in Hungary , raised in Brazil , and now long time Toronto resident, Noemi ’s first novel reflects the author’s true life experiences with divorce, separation and the creative ways she rebuilt her life and raised her children.

Noemi has dedicated much of her life to teaching women how to raise their self esteem through managing their finances, learning real estate investment, shopping with awareness and other keys.

Noemi has created these top ten tips to assist you in your Holiday Divorce or separation recovery:

Top Ten Tips:
· Practice forgiveness to heal your heart and spirit
· Create new rituals at the holidays to support your new identity
· Teach friends to support you in positive ways
· Refrain from being critical in front of the children towards a spouse
· Develop Daily rituals to heal the emotions, mind and body
· Do mirror work to let go and grow your self-worth
· Fostering creativity can be a first step to recovery
· Practice letting go
· Creating Financial independence
· For more tips interview Noemi Eva

Set in Toronto , with exotic jaunts to Brazil , South Africa and Zimbabwe , OUT OF EDEN - Eve and the Opposite Sex , is based on the true life travels and adventure of Noemi Eva although the character’s name has been changed to Eve. With its gripping story line, exotic locales, romantic interludes, and fascinating family dynamic, this cleverly scripted and beautifully written story, takes readers on an emotional roller coaster ride with Eve, an innocent young aristocratic woman of Hungarian descent, raised in Brazil and exiled to Canada by a well meaning father, determined to separate her from a strong love for a Brazilian playboy. Cast out of her own Eden , Eve von Szentthamassy finds that life without a man is a life without real meaning! Like the author’s own life, Eve’s life is filled with travel, love, innocence, and heartbreak, deception, struggles, disappointment and despair and ultimately triumph, it recounts her rapturous relationships with men, her experiences as a single mother and her ultimate achievement of financial freedom.

About the author:
Hungarian born and educated in Brazil , Noemi Eva is an industrial chemist, electron microscopist, and author of several published medical research articles. The mother of three grown children now resides in Toronto where as a volunteer, she has helped to develop and acted as a group leader/facilitator in New Directions, a support service program for women to make successful transitions – following separation, divorce or widowhood – to rebuild their lives. This experience has led her to her current quest to provide copies of OUT OF EDEN - Eve and the Opposite Sex to local women’s shelters.

For further information contact: Darlene Montgomery at 416-696-1684 or
lifedreams@idirect.com

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Toronto, June 11, 2004
Hot off the press but not too hot to handle, Canada’s Noemi Eva’s first novel, “OUT OF EDEN – Eve and the Opposite Sex” is rippling the tides of readers’ imaginations world wide, with its gripping story line, exotic locales, romantic interludes, and enticing family dynamic.

This cleverly scripted and beautifully written story, takes readers on an emotional roller coaster ride with Eve, an innocent young aristocratic woman of Hungarian descent, raised in Brazil and exiled to Canada by a well meaning father, determined to separate her from a strong love for a Brazilian playboy. Cast out of her own Eden, Eve von Szentthamassy finds that life without a man is a life without essence! Packed with travel, love, innocence, and heartbreak, deception, struggles, disappointment and despair and ultimately triumph, it recounts her rapturous relationships with men, her experiences as a single mother and her ultimate achievement of financial freedom.

Set in Toronto, with exotic jaunts to Brazil, South Africa and Zimbabwe, OUT OF EDEN - Eve and the Opposite Sex, is based on the true life story of its author. “Everyone is amazed to learn that this is the story of my life. It has received accolades from so many people around the world”, said Noemi Eva, commenting from her exquisitely designed small press table at Canada’s Book Expo in Toronto, Ontario.

Officially launched in December of 2003, this second edition of OUT OF EDEN - Eve and the Opposite Sex, is currently being translated into Portuguese (Brazilian dialect) and plans are also underway to produce a Hungarian language edition. Ms. Eva continued, “I always wanted to write this story and true to the character of Eve, was determined that it should come to print. I am pursuing movie rights and will soon embark on the sequel, since some of my readers want to know the next chapter in Eve’s story.”

Hungarian born and educated in Brazil, Noemi Eva is an industrial chemist, electron microscopist, and author of several published medical research articles. The mother of three grown children now resides in Toronto where as a volunteer, she has helped to develop and acted as a group leader/facilitator in New Directions, a support service program for women to make successful transitions – following separation, divorce or widowhood – to rebuild their lives. This experience has lead her to her current quest to provide copies of OUT OF EDEN - Eve and the Opposite Sex to local women’s shelters.

Don’t miss the opportunity to meet this exciting new novelist at table T-24, and step into the world of Eve. Ms. Eva will be autographing a limited number of her books during the show, and will be available for press interviews upon request. The Trade show is taking place at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre on Sunday, June 13 from 10:30 am to 6:30 pm, and Monday, June 14, from 9:30 am to 5:30 pm.
For further information contact: Darlene Montgomery at 416-696-1684 or lifedreams@idirect.com
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