"WHY WOMEN CRY..."

 

"WHY WOMEN CRY:   

A Compilation of Stories, Poems & Positive Responses for the 

Cleansing of the Eyes & the Soul" 

by Sana Shabazz

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(our first self-published book)


... Crying is like life or death. 

Someone is born, someone dies and someone is crying  ~

every minute of every day . . . somewhere.

Crying is not always a bad thing. 

It can be a cleansing process, a way of venting, a way of releasing

Sometimes you can laugh so hard that you cry. What a joy that is!

From Prison to politics, whatever you may have experienced has been addressed in this profound collection of contributions by those who have encountered certain circumstances. From humor and antics to serious stories, you will find empowerment and strength in the lines you read.
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"Stories & strategies for the alzheimer's caregiver…"

Additional Information

This book is a compilation of stories and helpful tools to assist anyone who is a caregiver.  It includes stories that may make you understand what caring for someone with Alzheimer's may look like.  It is meant to be informative, but funny;  because you will find the humor in some of the things you encounter.  It is meant to share information that will be helpful on your journey.  It is meant to be inspiring;  to give the caregiver hope-hope that is needed to understand that there are people that care and assist in making this journey easier.  And, last but not least, there are resources that may assist in making this care easier than you thought it would be.  

   STORIES & STRATEGIES FOR THE ALZHEIMER'S CAREGIVER & OTHER  
               INTERESTED PARTIES
STORIES & STRATEGIES FOR THE ALZHEIMER'S CAREGIVER & OTHER INTERESTED PARTIES

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"WHY MEN CRY: A COMPILATION OF STORIES & OTHER MANLY RESPONSES FOR THE VENTING OF THE HEART & THE SOUL. 

There's much you can take from this book.  Men share their souls, their feelings, the reasons why they cry. So, take your time,  read the pages and join the army of men who cry - in a society that does not accept or expect their feelings to show.