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Craig Samuels, a published author, is a native of Flint, Michigan. In addition to his literary accomplishments, he is also a ghostwriter, counselor/relationship consultant and advisor, and public speaker. Mr. Samuels is an advocate for the underdog, lending his powerful voice to the voiceless and strength to the weak for the sole purpose of empowering the disempowered and encouraging the discouraged. Misery and the Company it Keeps delves deep into the hearts and minds of a people who are mentally and emotionally injured, and how they negatively affect those who are in close proximity to their toxic and nefarious behavior.

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Misery and the Company it Keeps
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Overview


Misery and the Company it Keeps is a book that places a mirror in front of the reader and challenges him or her to be honest about what they see as it relates to their moral integrity, values, personal convictions and overall human decency.
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Description


This book is just what the doctor ordered. It is medicinal. It is a prescription in literary form that won't feel good to some readers, just as some brands of medicine don't taste good to the recipient. However, it is what they need if they hope to ever liberate themselves from the debilitating ties that bind called misery. And this type of misery is multi-faceted. It comes in various shapes and sizes, and is usually in the form of a person or people who wreak from the stench of Unresolved Grief. Misery and the Company it Keeps pulls back the social curtain to put on full display the behaviors, attitudes, and mentalities that are nothing short of injurious to all who are caught with their guard down; as well as to those who are in denial about the unhealthy condition of the culture of emotional and psychological vampires they keep company with. Craig Samuels, in an unapologetic fashion, brilliantly brings to the forefront of our realities, the often ignored and swept under the rug of generational secrecy, traumas and dysfunction that have plagued our lives from the time we were born to the present. Unbeknownst to many of us, we are either keeping company with misery, or we ourselves are the company that misery loves to keep.

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Overview


Misery and the Company it Keeps is a book that places a mirror in front of the reader and challenges him or her to be honest about what they see as it relates to their moral integrity, values, personal convictions and overall human decency.

Read more

Description


This book is just what the doctor ordered. It is medicinal. It is a prescription in literary form that won't feel good to some readers, just as some brands of medicine don't taste good to the recipient. However, it is what they need if they hope to ever liberate themselves from the debilitating ties that bind called misery. And this type of misery is multi-faceted. It comes in various shapes and sizes, and is usually in the form of a person or people who wreak from the stench of Unresolved Grief. Misery and the Company it Keeps pulls back the social curtain to put on full display the behaviors, attitudes, and mentalities that are nothing short of injurious to all who are caught with their guard down; as well as to those who are in denial about the unhealthy condition of the culture of emotional and psychological vampires they keep company with. Craig Samuels, in an unapologetic fashion, brilliantly brings to the forefront of our realities, the often ignored and swept under the rug of generational secrecy, traumas and dysfunction that have plagued our lives from the time we were born to the present. Unbeknownst to many of us, we are either keeping company with misery, or we ourselves are the company that misery loves to keep.

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Book details

Genre:EDUCATION

Subgenre:Decision-Making & Problem Solving

Language:English

Pages:122

Paperback ISBN:9780578295305


Overview


Misery and the Company it Keeps is a book that places a mirror in front of the reader and challenges him or her to be honest about what they see as it relates to their moral integrity, values, personal convictions and overall human decency.

Read more

Description


This book is just what the doctor ordered. It is medicinal. It is a prescription in literary form that won't feel good to some readers, just as some brands of medicine don't taste good to the recipient. However, it is what they need if they hope to ever liberate themselves from the debilitating ties that bind called misery. And this type of misery is multi-faceted. It comes in various shapes and sizes, and is usually in the form of a person or people who wreak from the stench of Unresolved Grief. Misery and the Company it Keeps pulls back the social curtain to put on full display the behaviors, attitudes, and mentalities that are nothing short of injurious to all who are caught with their guard down; as well as to those who are in denial about the unhealthy condition of the culture of emotional and psychological vampires they keep company with. Craig Samuels, in an unapologetic fashion, brilliantly brings to the forefront of our realities, the often ignored and swept under the rug of generational secrecy, traumas and dysfunction that have plagued our lives from the time we were born to the present. Unbeknownst to many of us, we are either keeping company with misery, or we ourselves are the company that misery loves to keep.

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About the author


Craig Samuels, a published author, is a native of Flint, Michigan. In addition to his literary accomplishments, he is also a ghostwriter, counselor/relationship consultant and advisor, and public speaker. Mr. Samuels is an advocate for the underdog, lending his powerful voice to the voiceless and strength to the weak for the sole purpose of empowering the disempowered and encouraging the discouraged. Misery and the Company it Keeps delves deep into the hearts and minds of a people who are mentally and emotionally injured, and how they negatively affect those who are in close proximity to their toxic and nefarious behavior.

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