Situations: What Didn't Kill Me, Made Me Stronger!

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AuthorHouse, Jul 13, 2010 - Family & Relationships - 148 pages
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This book outlines events and situations that we all live in reality and not smile about at the end of the day but instead wake up the very next day trying to find a solution to yesterday which allows more weight to carry over on our shoulders from the results of today. You will read all walks of life pertaining to: inspiration, love, commitment, prayers, life's realities, divided families, child molestation, teen parenting, step parenting and more. What if we can change lives with someone else for one day maybe longer depending on the SITUATION in which you are put in? What if a father can exchange places with a mother, a man can change places with a woman, a single person can change places with a married person, a child can change places with their parent, a suspect can change places with a victim, the system can change places with those in need, etc. To walk in someone else shoes and seek why they suffer from emotional distress will better help you understand why they are the way they are. A FAMILY THAT PRAYS TOGETHER, STAYS TOGETHER!! THOSE WHO FAIL TO PRAY, FAIL TO SUCCEED!

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Chapter One Where Did We Go Wrong?
Chapter Five Babies having babies
Chapter Six The Way You Hit on Me
Chapter Seven Acknowledging ofthe Acting Parent
Chapter Eight Loving him while hes in love with her
Chapter Eleven He Has No Say So
Chapter Thirteen A Womans Worth

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Akeela N. Brinson is a very inspired author, proud mother and wife. She enjoys writing poetry and novels based on the way we live our everyday lives. She believes "Situations" will reach out to many people who may be able to reach out to others in hopes of bringing families back together and bonding fathers back with their sons and daughters. Allowing people of the world today that they are not alone, but we all are relating To The chapters in "Situations." She wishes to take "Situations To The next level of characters implementing the roles of each chapter brought to you by "Situations" in which the acts of which we encounter are seen in action.

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