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It’s not as simple as “Mind over Matter”. Often things that matter take over our minds. In times of change, our lives and all that it encompasses becomes difficult to manage. I present to you “Managing Your Madness." Managing your madness implies that one has revealed the need for change and is willing to take the necessary steps to better themselves. Change in one’s life is not instant, nor is it the same for everyone. The balance in life includes one’s ability to be healthy in all aspects. It all begins with a healthy mind. Being able to adapt a lifestyle of deliberate redirection for whatever reason, can become necessary for survival. It is the mindset that controls your thoughts. What you believe, have faith in, comes from your thoughts. Your thoughts are the prelude to your actions. “Managing Your Madness” explores what our innermost thoughts cause and reveal in our health and our living. This book is not written as a medical reference guide as I am not exploring mental health issues. Examples and information given is to bring attention to our daily interactions that if not viewed with a positive mind can cause social, physical, and mental discord.
“If you don’t like change, you won’t like growth.”
– Dr. George Fraser
The First Lady, Juanita Reynolds, of The First Zion Tabernacle Baptist Church has a hidden past. She hasn’t told the story to her husband, Reverend Geoffrey Reynolds during their fourteen years of marriage nor has it been mentioned during any of the Women in Christ Empowerment Seminars.
Jocelyn Adams has been raised by her father’s sister, Midge Adams since birth. She recognized the First Lady during a lecture she gave at Spelman College during her senior year. It sparked her interest in theology and she came to the church to learn more from the woman she always admired. As the young beautiful, prospective new member enters the church each Sunday she takes a seat in the rear of the church. Jocelyn is in awe of the woman who has encouraged many to recognize God in their life.
A daughter looking to mimic the life of her mother she has always felt was misunderstood is seeking to change her life and find her purpose. She’s praying for divine intervention.
A mother who thinks her daughter is there to ruin her life. As her past haunts her, she is unwilling to believe in divine intervention and seeks to discredit her own daughter to continue living her lie.
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