Memoirs about Mental Health

Happy Thursday!

I hope you all have been having a great year and definitely a great week. As for me, honestly, I have been feeling a bit stagnate. You know how we set our yearly goals and have grand expectations?

You might be thinking, it is only the beginning of the second month. This is true. And hopefully encouraging for all of us who have goals set for this year. But my disappointment was due to a very special goal that I set last year that did not manifest.

One thing that I have learned as the saying goes, “If you want to make God laugh, just tell him your plans.”  Well, God must have been receiving many chuckles from watching my life unfold the past six months. You ever had life to spin you like a tornado and land you in several unfamiliar spots?

Then, you can certainly relate to my experience. But you know what? God’s timing is not ours. Therefore, I’m so glad that he turns our disappointments into successes.

Last year I started on a project that is very dear to me and that I believe will be a great contribution to mental health advocacy. Although I didn’t release it last year as planned, I am very excited and sort of relieved  to announce that I just published it this week!

“Keeping My Faith While Saving My Mind” is now available. I discuss sensitive and relevant issues in this book that I pray will specifically help the faith-based community better understand mental health among other related issues. I am very transparent in this book and I hope you will check it out. It is available in print and digital formats.

Click here for a sample or to purchase your copy.  Help me continue to advocate and break barriers!



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