Youth worker from Chadwell Heath writes her debut book

PUBLISHED: 09:32 06 March 2017 | UPDATED: 09:32 06 March 2017

Tricia Louison

Tricia Louison


A youth worker has traded her life of teaching to fulfil a life-long dream to write about positivity.

Tricia Louison, of Padnall Road, Chadwell Heath, is set to make her dreams come true, as she’s releasing her first-ever book later this year.

The book, Positivity Health and Well-being, was inspired by the 37–year-old’s love for motivating others.

“I love inspiring people and that has always been my life long passion, it’s my biggest and greatest achievement seeing someone do and achieve greater things in their life through my help,” she explained.

“Through my self help book I really hope that I can truly change someone’s life for the better.

“All I ever wanted to do in my life is give people a helping hand in their life to uplift them and make themselves see they can be a more relaxed person.”

The newly-formed author believes a spiritual journey switched her career path and inspired her to write the book about three years ago.

“I wanted to put the spring back into my life with the feeling of being more positive, calm, happier, peaceful and to be a healthier person overall,” she said.

“The journey that I have so far been on has made me look upon the aspect of my life with a more positive outlook and by also looking at my health and wellbeing, like what simple changes I could make myself that would be of great beneficial of help.

“This feeling has made me want to express this to other people by inspiring them in a positive way through personal-development and also a have a more positive surrounding.”

Tricia is now hoping her book will be a success, but is happy to continue following her dream, even if it doesn’t go well.

“I want people to get helpful tips for example such as seeing your life differently by reading my books,” she added.

“I will always continue doing the work that I love as it’s my true dream to help and inspire people to have a more positive;outlook, approach, feeling full of life and loving life again.”

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