Embracing Your New Normal: A 21 Day Devotional to Support and Encourage You as You Keep Living
Grief is a personal journey. No two stories are the same. Processing the death of a loved one is a significant and life-altering situation, each causes one to wonder how to continue living.
In Embracing Your New Normal: A 21 Day Devotional to Support and Encourage You as You Keep Living, speaker, panelist, intercessor, and preacher Teraleen R. Campbell takes you on her personal journey of how she learned how to live life, again.
“Confidence Unlocked” is based on a true story that goes into ones life’s journey to finding and fulfilling purpose.
This nonfiction shares her testimonies of surviving a domestic violent relationship, lack of but wanting daddy’s girl relationship, seeking love in the wrong places, attempting to turn to man for self-healing, depression, battling insecurities, becoming the abuser, failed engagement, single parenting, being hurt by the church, backsliding, losing her faith and self-identity. The story begins by not embracing self-love. Falling for a male that she believed to be the one. The beginning was beautiful, a love that she’s never experienced nor wanted to let it go. As time progressed
she began to accept verbal, physical, mental, and emotional abuse. Since then, turning to man for self-healing. Failed relationship after relationship, struggling with insecurities, blaming self not knowing self-worth, and lack of confidence. Battling with stress and depression began addictions, developing medical conditions. She began to turn her back on God, not understanding purpose through her pain, until she’s had enough of a dark shallow life.
Fearing the judgement of others she kept so much bottled in, carrying adequate amount of hurt. She embraced the chapters of her life being able to grow and learn from her relentless mistakes. The pain she wore began to turn and show her glow of healing letting that hurt go. This is her journey through truth, change, freedom, testimony, this is her “Confidence Unlocked”.
Get Out Of Your Own Way: 11 Life-Changing Stories on How to Face Everything & Rise!
After the success of the book Get Out of Your Own Way, Vol. 1 and its hit stage play, Charron Monaye comes back with a cutting-edge sequel.
Get Out of Your Own Way 11 Life-Changing Stories on How to Face Everything & Rise! is brutally honest and pulls no punches in getting to the root of why we let life get in the way of our dreams. Charron Monaye along with eleven others weave through their journey of letting go and overcoming the pitfalls and valleys that we sometimes find ourselves in during life. They remind us, so eloquently, that a dream is nothing without action, and hope is nothing without prayer. Join these twelve gifted authors as they write about the heartbreak of failure and what it’s like to triumphant over life’s many adversities. They will inspire and encourage you to find the best version of yourself and forget the notion that you’re only as good as your present circumstances. If you’re ready to take the first step towards finding your own greatness, then you can’t afford to miss this great read!
Congratulations to: Chris Hopson, Parenthysis E. Gardner, Tyrone Brown, LaKeya Guy, Teddy Pendergrass II, Charron Monaye, Sidney Ginyard, Tyrone DuBose, Lisa Dove Washington, Brett Lillard, Nichole Sherri.. they are officially out of their own way
We all have something we have to atone for, ask forgiveness for, and for which we have to accept the consequences. Most important is how we come to terms with our bad decisions and forgive ourselves.
In her first novel, Confidence Unlocked, Kiawana Leaf shared how, through turbulent times, she came to a turning point in her life where she had to stand on her own feet. Now, in her second book, Beautifying Sins, Kiawana has opened up about her “truths”. Kiawana’s novel digs deep into explaining what sin is and how she was guilty of committing sins and deciding that she would receive the consequences, turning them into something positive. By embracing her past, Kiawana began to grow, glow, and evolve. Join Kiawana as she helps you take your broken pieces and find your true path to happiness, tranquility, and contentment.
My Side of the Story
by Charron Monaye
The newest collection of poetry entitled, My Side of The Story, focuses on the thoughts, feelings, emotions, life’s obstacles, racial inequality, and heartbreak, in which women often leave untold. As Women, we are told to be strong because that is our nature, Don’t Stop at Adversity because we have the strength to overcome mountains. We can never give up no matter what, because we carry the nations on our shoulders. These poetic stories, written by Charron Monaye, are the thoughts of many women finally having the voice to speak out, including her own, allowing others to know how it feels to be hurt, abused, taking advantage of, loved, cared for, appreciated, or in enraged.
Love the REAL You
by Charron Monaye
Are you one of the millions of people who are experiencing more pain than happiness these days? If so, this book is for you. Happiness and Self-Love comes from peace and acceptance within. Happiness is a choice. Self-Love is a matter of respect. We all choose how we see the world but before we journey outside we must wake up and face ourselves. If you are unhappy with yourself, than there is no doubt you are unhappy in the world.
Love the REAL You is a coaching and inspirational guide to help uncover deficiencies, promote introspection and lead the reader to a greater sense of self love. It contains practical, yet powerful, exercises that will move you from reflection to inspired action — in other words, from off the couch out into life!
Through Charron’s guidance and support, this book will show you how to:
•Become your own inner coach and find the strength to overcome any circumstance
•Do away with your negative chatter and bring forth greatness
•Start playing bigger in all areas of your life – from wealth, relationships, finances, and more!
After reading readers will find comfort in walking in purpose, change their mindset to accept the possibilities of life and find ways to remain committed to who you are without apologizing. It’s time to let go, move on, and forgive who we used to be so that we can live; loving the person we are destined to be!
Get Out of Your Own Way: 11 Game-Changing Stories on Mastering the Power of Trust, Faith & Success
In this riveting and timely anthology, these fearless writers, entrepreneurs, and survivors unpack lessons on spirituality, finances, sexual identity, self-love, trust, and overcoming obstacles during their journey, navigating from what they were taught to what they know now to be true.
Get Out of Your Own Way: 11 Game-Changing Stories on Mastering the Power of Trust, Faith & Success, compiled by Charron Monaye, moves beyond societal norms and generational curses. The stories within this book highlight how one’s mindset, faith, commitment, and journey dictates their final destination. These storytellers share how they “Let Go & Let God” by first simply loving and trusting the power within themselves. Although letting go wasn’t easy, they withstood the test, overcame the trials, and lived to tell the testimony of how getting out of your own way not only elevates your vision but also offers a powerful opportunity for you to soar.
Featuring Testimonies By: Aleka Melson, Chris Hopson, Kiawana Key, Shaster Powell, Sheree Devereaux, Fatima Lewis, Tyrone DuBose, Lisa Washington, Charron Monaye, Toni Moore, Esq., and Sharon Y. Judie
THE BLACK BLOOD IN MY HEART
The Black Blood In My Heart tells the story of a young woman’s experience and escape from domestic violence. Through her ordeal, she had to learn how to escape from her abuser, reclaim her dignity, reconstruct her life, and rediscover her peace. Domestic violence doesn’t just happen “out there” somewhere. It happens in every state, city, and town.
In this “real-life” story, La’Mena Marie shares her personal accounts of being battered, raped and humiliated at the hands of her husband. When we take the vows of marriage, never do we expect for the phrase “Til death do us part” to be a literal action that our spouse attempts to make a reality. But when La’Mena said, “enough was enough” her attorney told her to write down the particular events to build a defense case in court to help her break free.
What was supposed to be a timeline of events to build a case against her ex-husband became a window into this woman’s story, this Diary! Every woman who has left an abusive man—every woman who has yet to leave—will find encouragement and hope from the voice of La’Mena Marie, a woman who broke free.