Never Make the Same Mistake Twice: Lessons on Love and Life Learned the Hard Way by Nene from ATL housewive

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Product Description
Nene Leakes is an active member of Atlanta society. She resides in the upscale Sugarloaf area of Atlanta with her husband Gregg, a successful real estate investor and business consultant, and their two sons, 18-year-old Brice and nine-year-old Brentt. Nene donates her time to various foundations and is the founder of The Twisted Hearts Foundation, which brings awareness to domestic violence against women. Never one to sit still, the outspoken social butterfly also hopes to open a luxury boutique hotel in the near future.

About the Author
Nene Leakes is an active member of Atlanta society. She resides in the upscale Sugarloaf area of Atlanta with her husband Gregg, a successful real estate investor and business consultant, and their two sons, 18-year-old Brice and nine-year-old Brentt. Nene donates her time to various foundations and is the founder of The Twisted Hearts Foundation, which brings awareness to domestic violence against women. Never one to sit still, the outspoken social butterfly also hopes to open a luxury boutique hotel in the near future.

Denene Millner, whose Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man, cowritten with Steve Harvey, is currently #1 on the New York Times Advice Bestseller List, is an award-winning entertainment journalist and the author of The Sistahs’ Rules, and the coauthor of several novels. Her nonfiction credits include the What Brothers Think, What Sistahs Know relationship series and the humor book, The Angry Black Woman’s Guide to Life.

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One thought on “Never Make the Same Mistake Twice: Lessons on Love and Life Learned the Hard Way by Nene from ATL housewive

  1. Ne Ne
    I’m proud of you for working with women who are victims of domestic violence . I’ve always wanted to speak out for women who have been abused. Having been abused as a young woman with two small children myself. I later in life wrote a book “Confessions of a battered woman” published in 2004. Since then I have done some work with a domestic violence shelter in Los Angeles. Keep up the good work.

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