Pieces of Me with Moments In Time: Memoirs of JoVan-Angela
JoVan Angela Alema Williams-Bey
Moments In Time Foundation is a non-profit organization providing HIV/AIDS and Covid-19 education, awareness, and advocacy in the District of Columbia. Through its vision of inclusiveness to reduce the impact of HIV/AIDS in the community.
Through Education and Awareness I create MOMENTS IN TIME for people to live in their POWER and FREEDOM. This journal/planner will allow you to plan and navigate through your experiences.
WAS IT MY FAULT
Was It My Fault is a story about psychological abuse and the impact it has on the mind, body, and spirit. The author shares intimate details of her toxic marriage to an abusive, narcissistic ex-husband, and the post separation abuse she endured after leaving. She also shares her journey out of the depths of despair to survive and thrive post separation while battling dubious legal tactics, counter-parenting, parental alienation claims, and harassment. It’s the author’s hope that her story will inspire someone who may be in a toxic relationship and feeling alone to not give up and find a path forward.
PARENTING CHILDREN OF TRAUMA
Parenting Children of Trauma: The Foster-Adoption Guide to Understanding Attachment Disorder. Parenting Children of Trauma demystifies attachment disorders, the impact of complex emotional trauma on our homes, and addresses current treatment options. More than anything, this book will help the hurting adoptive family realize they are not alone in their desire to raise healthy kids and reclaim a healthy home. Marcy Pusey knows first-hand. Before she was raising kiddos with attachment disorders, she was therapeutically supporting families who were.
THE ABUNDANCE OF LESS
The Abundance of Less: A Social Experiment of Not Buying Anything New for One Year.
In 2010, Marcy realized that she’d been stuck in a cycle of consumerism—swept into a culture of convenience: something had to change. Marcy bares all about her journey of buying nothing new, outlining the successes and failures. Clutter robs us of joy, peace, and rest, giving us instead, stress and anxiety, less sleep, lowered productivity, and diminished overall wellness. This book leaves you questioning whether what you’re holding on to is really that important, and will lead you to find your own path to happiness. *Includes a Free Action Guide to help you start your own journey to less!
Speranza's Sweater: A Child's Journey Through Foster Care and Adoption. Speranza wears her sweater everywhere, hanging onto the last memories of her birth home, until it’s threadbare. Like her unraveled sweater, Speranza must weave together a new story, bringing threads from her past and strands from her present, into a future of love, family, and the true meaning of home.
WHILE WE SLEPT
While We Slept: Finding Hope and Healing After Homicide.
Murder changed their lives. Faith and hope changed their grief. On July 13, 2005, newlyweds Marcy and Jeremy woke up to the murder of his mother, by his father— while they’d slept down the hall.
This book is not only the story of one mind-boggling murder, but also about how we can find courage in trauma, forgiveness in devastation, and how we can triumph after heartbreak.