I've Walked My Own Talk: One Man's Walking and Working for Charity

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Trafford Publishing, Mar 1, 2012 - Biography & Autobiography - 280 pages
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Nigel Reed is a man who has struggled for most of his life with not knowing where his place in life was supposed to be which oft times lead to bouts of depression. His one desire was to have his own family unit. Though married several times he only ever had the one child; a little girl called ZoŽ who unfortunately was born with Cystic Fibrosis and suffered from Asthma. Before ZoŽ died Nigel started to walk for charity. As ZoŽ was dying, Nigel promised her that he would walk all around the world to inform people of the plight of families affected by life limiting illnesses. This is Nigel s amazing story of keeping a promise while fighting depression and being thwarted by several people who had the Cuckoo Syndrome. The Cuckoo Syndrome being people who wait for one person to do the hard work then swoop in and take control and all the glory. Read on to see how Nigel deals with life s challenges.

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About the author (2012)

Jocelyn Wijs-Reed is a New Zealand lady who is a Jack of all trades and a master of none. For many years her main focus was raising her two adopted children; one with special needs. Throughout her life she has dabbled with several career choices ranging from hospitality to office admin to teaching to scheduling trucks. Where ever Jocelyn lived she always believed in giving back to the community in the form of charity or voluntary work. At 50 years of age Jocelyn ran away to Australia where she was to meet and marry Nigel Reed. After reading the first few chapters of Nigel's writings Jocelyn rewrote the first few chapters and continued to write his story. With a like-wise mindset to marriage and charity work their marriage continues to grow.

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