Author and Dad To Host Signing for New Book About Losing Son to Depression
By: Reggie Burton Communications, LLC
Burton will host a book signing on Saturday, July 20 at Barnes and Noble in Henderson, located at 567 North Stephanie Street. The event is from 10 a.m. to Noon and books will be available for purchase.
July is National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month, so the date of the book signing was selected to help bring further awareness to the unique struggles that underrepresented groups face in regard to mental illness in the United States.
"My son Avery passed away on July 24th, so this month has special meaning. Depression doesn't discriminate. It can impact anyone or family regardless of your background,"
"By sharing my personal experiences, I hope to empower those impacted by depression find their voice and remove the stigma associated with this deadly disease."
'This is Depression' shares a spiritual source of healing. The author contributes to the conversation about mental health and depression, which affects 1 in 4 college students. It answers the question of what happened to his son Avery, a graduate of Foothill High School and the University of Nevada Las Vegas, in unexpected ways, not usually found in grief counselor guides.
The book trailer video is available on YouTube: https://youtu.be/
Reginald Avery Burton, founder and principal of Las Vegas-based RB Group – Public Relations, is a seasoned small business leader, former journalist, NFL Public Relations alumni, ex-casino industry communications executive, entrepreneur and now author, with a long history of public service.
R. Avery Burton has written 'This is Depression' to honor his son and to use grief as a powerful weapon for change. Mr. Burton and his family have founded the Avery R. Burton Excellence in Academics and Sports Memorial Scholarship and the Avery Burton Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to mental health outreach.
'This is Depression' is available as a paper back on Amazon and Barnes and Noble. Proceeds from the sales of the book will go towards the scholarship program.
To learn more please visit: www.thisisdepressionthebook.com. Mr. Burton is available for media interviews, speaking engagements and book signings. For information, send an email to RB@reggieburton.com (mailto:RB@reggiburton.com)
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