Inspirational/ Self Help Books
The Love She Never Had -Have you experienced unconditional love?
The kind that doesn’t only happen in fairy tales but has been around you – between old couples that you know, between someone and their pets, or between friends that are so into one another, nothing can separate them? Love comes in various forms. And for virtually everyone, their first experience of love is the one they get from their cradle bed. Parents, arguably, are wired to shower love on their children. A father, for instance, stares at the little forms that have come from him, and he believes it is his life-long duty to protect and cater to them. He spends the rest of his life looking out for them, creating fond memories with them, and being the best version of himself so they could learn how to be good people through him.
Mommy & Me
Can A Girl Catch A break?
ONE WOMAN'S MEMORY OF MISCARRIAGE, HEART BREAK AND ABUSIVE LEADERSHIP IN THE WORK-PLACE
In Can a girl catch a break? Nadean Barton take you step by step in her life and the journey of what she endured growing up, in her relationships and at work. You will learn that you can also be vulnerable in any given situation. Her motivation to write this book came about after suffering a horrific miscarriage and in the midst of it where her boyfriend left her to miscarry. That took her to a very dark place, she then gained the courage to dry her tears, stop bottling up the past and put it all on paper. A lot of people have endured pain and hurt whether it's from a family member, relationship or a boss. I want you to know that, I too, can be vulnerable and transparent, and if you can relate to my situation you can touch someone's life.
Grief is a personal journey. No two stories are the same. Processing the death of a loved one is a significant and life-altering situation. In, “Embracing Your New Normal: A 21 Day Devotional to Encourage and Support You as you Keep Living”, speaker, panelist, intercessor, and preacher, Teraleen Campbell takes you on her personal journey of how she learned how to live life again. In this book she speaks directly to those who are dealing with the loss of a loved one.