1. I Lost My Way :
People define happiness differently. We know that true happiness is the happiness of the heart. How can we find happiness after despair? Then now, how to build happiness?
2. Love & Happiness :
Pain is real. And so is loss. Sometimes it’s hard not to let the weight of what we carry—or the memory of what we’ve lost—take over. Many of us know the reality of struggle, and so many people suff er in silence. Like a lot of you, I’ve known loneliness. I’ve known defeat.
So I decided to give it a voice. All of it: the tears, the pain. And the lessons. The things I saw and learned and gained along my life path needed a voice. And so I wrote, in hopes of helping myself and others survive and thrive inside their storms.
The words found in this book became my voice and my letter to the world. They became my deepest attempt to, not just pick myself up, but others along the way. I wrote because, just as we will fall in life, so will we rise. That’s the thing about this world. It never gives us only one kind of path. There is pain. Yes. And loss. And even darkness. But there is
also light. There is hope. There is beauty. And there is also love and happiness.
3. Reclaim Your Heart :
Many of us live our lives entrapped by the same repeated patterns of heartbreak and disappointment. Often, we have no idea why this happens. Reclaim Your Heart is about freeing the heart from this slavery. It is about the journey in and out of life’s most deceptive traps.
This book was written to awaken the heart and provide a new perspective on love, loss, happiness, and pain. A manual of sorts, Reclaim Your Heart will teach readers how to live in this life without allowing life to own you. It is a manual of how to protect your most prized possession—the heart.
4. Shattered Glass :
Human being generally are very educated on how to treat a broken leg. We are very educated on how to treat a gunshot wound. But we are not very educated on how to treat a broken heart.
Emotional trauma is something that as a human race, we are handicapped in. We do not teach, we do not have tools, and beyond that, we are not very supportive of the healing process that is necessary for healing a broken heart.
When you get a wound or when you get hurt by something, how do you get yourself treated? What or who helps you in the healing process?