She is an example of courage to the Oriental woman - Myrna Haddad

Baku, September 28, AZERTAC

It would not be wrong to say that the Lebanese writer and businesswoman Myrna Haddad is an example of courage for Eastern women with her life. Being born as a woman in the Eastern society brings with it a number of restrictions and difficulties. The young writer, who opposes the traditions of the society she lives in and is constantly struggling, reflects her life's struggle in her latest book "After Midnight". The perseverance she showed in the face of difficulties resulted in her building a promising career in the future. Today, Myrna is the voice of silenced women in the society in which she bravely lives.

Myrna Haddad notes that: "As an activist defending women's rights, my mission is to be able to influence society in a good way." With her pen, the young writer sheds light on the problems faced by women, especially depression, addiction and other taboos that no one emphasizes in the Middle East region. Despite the difficulties she experienced, her sense of humanity and human love gave her the necessary strength to achieve her goal, become a successful woman and continue the struggle. Myrna Haddad, who treats stray animals with care and sensitivity, which we often ignore, who need treatment, says: "Sometimes we say, 'It's an animal.' But we must not forget that they are alive and feel pain just like us."

Myrna Haddad is currently working on her next book called "Viva", the plot line of which is again "woman". Developing her own business as a businesswoman is among her future plans. She is currently working on an organic skincare brand based in Dubai inspired by the natural beauty and resources of tropical countries such as Thailand and Nepal. The company, which will start operating in the framework of cooperation with Italian companies, will produce products for the global market through online platforms.

Myrna Haddad is a gold member of the Millionaire Concept Network private membership club founded in Azerbaijan.

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