The first step in recovery from mental illness is realizing you have a problem and the second step is seeking professional help. But is counseling really that easy to come by? The short answer is no. Let’s be real. Counseling can be out of most people’s price range. Even with insurance. Those co-pays add up and when you compare it to the other expenses that are unavoidable (food, gas, rent/mortgage,

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Great news! I have begun pre-orders for the 3rd installment in the Trey the Chef collection, Trey the Chef Goes to Paris! This book is about an autistic boy’s magical adventure in Paris and his pursuit to be a chef. It is intended for ages 7-10. Included in this book will be a mini-French lesson and there will be a completely French edition of this book. I hope that all

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“There is a lesson to be told by your story as it unfolds.” ~ Kira Parris-Moore Shamina embodies this principle to the fullest. She went through life-changing experiences that could have broken her but instead she used her testimony to help and uplift other women who have gone through similar experiences. Through meeting her, I truly understand how beautiful of a soul she is. She has a quiet strength. This

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I know it’s been awhile…But we have been busy. So busy getting ready and preparing for our premiere Books2sinpire event. We are so excited to bring you all this book goodness with 10 other authors of color who will be showcasing their books. All the authors selected for this vendor event have inspiring books for people of all ages. We hope you will join us for this one-of-a-kind book event.

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Today, I was moved to give you a review on the popular Goli ashwagandha gummies. No, this is not a sponsored ad! I am doing this because I wanted to share the noticeable improvement in my autistic son’s hyperactivity since taking this vitamin for 30 days. Now, listen I am that mom who has tried everything on my son since he was 5 to help with his attentiveness and hyperactivity at

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As you well know, my son Trey has autism, which has been an uphill battle since he was a toddler. I think the most challenging times were between the age of 2-6, until he became verbal at age 6. Language gave him the ability to get his needs met and be able to communicate with the outside world. This helped with his behavioral issues and reducing his angry outbursts. With

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