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I like this book a lot. It gives you some great self care tips. This book has many resources that you can use. Self care is super important to me. This book is a book. that I will constantly use as a guide for a better me. If you need a book that will give you guided was to self care this is the book. This is a must read for anyone interested in self care.

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I can’t even begin to explain this book. At first I was like okay I’m going to have this book figured out. But I wasn’t able to figure it out. Then it got a little boring in the middle. But overall it’s a good read. I give this book 4 stars.

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I honestly didn’t know what to expect from this . But I was blown away from all the family drama that Lincoln had to endure during his marriage with Mary. This book got a little boring with all the different family members and there life. All the dates and history was a little overwhelming. But overall a good book.

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I can’t thank Ashleyleia or Mental Health @ Home enough for referring this book to me. I have been going through a lot mentally and this book was right on time. There is nothing wrong with self-improvement and self-help. I want to be better in all areas of my life. This book gives you practical tips on how to better your mental health and help others who may be going through things. It’s okay not to be strong all the time. I don’t have to be Superwomen every day of the week. It’s okay to have not be okay. This book has been a saving grace to me. I know how to do things differently and I also know how to go about getting help for myself and others. It’s okay not to be strong. Your mental health needs to be taken care of just like the rest of your body.

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I have never read a book by this author, so I was excited to see what this book was about. Whoa, let me tell you I wasn’t expecting this book to be as good as it was. This book has you thinking about life and the games that people play. But trust me the end doesn’t happen like I thought it would. I give this book 5 out of 5 stars. Trust me there is more that I wanted to say about this book, but just know it’s a great read and you won’t be disappointed.

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This book was heavy. It was a lot to take in. To know what was taking place and how much all we wanted was to be equal. That’s a lot to take in. You want the right to vote, sit at a lunch counter, and be served. Knowing that people didn’t see us as humans, well that hurt. This book was deep and heavy for me.

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This is my first time reading a book by this author. At first, I’m not gonna lie I didn’t want to read about the typical black kid who gets locked up and that’s the end of the story for him. But the story doesn’t go as I thought that it would and I’m glad about it. Check out my review.

What happens when your dad get’s arrested and you feel like you have no one on your side? Your mom’s boyfriend doesn’t want you around because your not his son. And the only friend that you have goes off to private school? You make another family with people you think care about you. But then a cop get’s shot and you take the blame for something you didn’t do. Who cares about you now?

I gave this book 5 stars because the lessons and the level of care that this author had for her characters was amazing. You should check this book out.

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I haven’t found a Chevy Stevens book that I don’t like. This book had me on an emotional roller coaster. This book is about a woman who marries a man who has some issues. He becomes controlling. So she plans her escape. The escape was successful until she finds out that her husband has killed somebody. But that’s not the worse part. How much of your past do you tell? Is the truth really that bad? I gave this book 5 stars.

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At first this story started off slow and confusing for me. But the more that I read the more I understood. This story is about a girl who lives America with her mom and siblings to return to Jamaica. She befriends some from Jamaica who has to leave and goes to America.